***TROPICAL ALERT** Tropical Storm BARRY (previously 92L) (1 Viewer)

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7/9, 11pm: ADDING LINKS/MAPS TO SUPER44's ORIGINAL POST.

I'll add more as they become available, and will sticky if needed ~primadox
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ORIGINAL POST:
According to the NHC, they have upped the percntage for tropical development to 40%. Of course there is, as typical this point, lots of divergent forecasts. Stay tuned, if you are planning a trip to anywhere along the NGOM, from the big bend of Florida, and west to the SELA area. This area currently appears to be the general area for any potential landfall of a developed system. Even if a TS or Hurricane does not form, the weather looks like it will be pretty crappy.


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NHC PRODUCTS

NHC Home
Tropical Weather Outlook
potential Barry Public Advisory
potential Barry Forecast Discussion
US Watches & Warnings
NWS Local Products


Other links:
WWL Hurricane Central
Mike's Weather Page (lots of links and maps here)
College of DuPage (good site for model runs)
Tropics - wide view (from Hurricane Harbor) - click on the 5 day movie html5 link to animate.
NOAA - Local River Flood level predictions


CURRENT MAPS/FORECASTS/MODELS:


NHC projected track





NHC Projected Track with forecast wind arrival times




Tracking models (courtesy of tropicaltidbits.com)






SATELLITE PRODUCTS

(links to the following maps found at NOAA)
Visual




Infrared




Water Vapor




Radar





CURRENT MAPS/FORECASTS/MODELS:

Tracking models (courtesy of tropicaltidbits.com)



 
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All I see is insane rain from Lafayette to Hammond with Laplace, Norco, destrehan getting pummeled. Kenner, metry and Nola may "luck out"
 

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I'm looking at the radar, but I'm not seeing much in the way of rain surrounding this storm. Has it just not fired up yet? Seems like much ado about nothing to this point.
 

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Ward, thanks for posting these. They are much more informative than most weather outlets that present topics in 2-3 minute bursts between commercials. Our local meteorologist backed him up in that with the dry air influx from the NE and the most convection associated with the storm being on the SW side that this storm will more than likely be to the west side of the present models.

That is why I will more than likely be heading to Slidell tomorrow to visit Ziggy and family. With this storm having Lafayette in its crosshairs I am bugging out. Not because of the rain, but because the wind will probably knock out power and I like my AC.

Latest Euro rainfall prediction. Jesus I hope this doesnt verify for anyone.119001
I am just SW of that dark gray area. I am 25' elevation and drainage is very good. I should be OK.

I'm looking at the radar, but I'm not seeing much in the way of rain surrounding this storm. Has it just not fired up yet? Seems like much ado about nothing to this point.
I think most of the rain is out of radar range as it is presently on the SW and S side of Barry
 

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Barry may be the oddest tropical storm I have ever seen.
Considering the shape of it this morning, it looks like the algae blooms are scaring it away from the coastline. :hihi:
Weird indeed.

 
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While driving in Mobile yesterday there were a lot of cars with Louisiana plates heading West and East. I guess some are running from and some are running back home from vacations. I have two neighbors that also have homes in Baton Rouge that left last night to head back to Louisiana to prepare.

We would gladly take some of that rain y'all have coming your way over here in Gulf Coast, Alabama.
 

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Northshore is breezy and light rain

Since this won’t be much of a wind event, and more of a rainmaker, it will be better to get a direct hit than be on the east side of Barry.
 
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Has the Euro model been the most accurate so far? Seems like it moved slightly west over night, wasn’t it supposed to hit right around Morgan city yesterday?
 

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