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Duke
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
rds is much better at the satellite.

With that preface, he's just throwing off eddys I think. Southern half just keeps amplifying them and throwing them about.


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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
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Will we know more later?


It's running now.


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This shite is looking terrible


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Thib-a-doe Tiger
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
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St Mary voluntary evacuation


this has to mean it's going more west yes?




St Mary has been east of landfall the entire time


Large Farva
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
We should know more later.


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Euro is running right now


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50_Tiger
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
Did you see the radio scan? ill post the tweet, but a guy thinks potential eyewall formation in the southern convection where the hot towers are still blowing.







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Michael Ventrice
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Looking under the hood at Tropical Storm #Barry, more signs of intensification as there appears to be an attempt here of a developing eye wall. This is a bit premature to proclaim though. Two vortical hot towers are responsible for the big convective burst today.
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LSUfanNkaty
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential


Was looking at that earlier and was confused! Looks like they got in a fight and split. Strange for sure. Would love to know what the deal is with that..


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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
Abbeville curfew is 11 pm tonight fyi.


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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
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thinks potential eyewall formation in the southern convection where the hot towers are still blowing.





Are you posting through a CB radio?


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tiger91
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
Can someone post a graphic or something and circle where the center of circulation is?


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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
LLC vs ULC.


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metallica81788
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
Had to move a big standardized once a year test to Mobile this afternoon to avoid getting rescheduled. I’d like to drive back to Metairie tonight but it’s looking sketchy.

What say the OT?


Duke
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
I'd consider evacuating in any of the parishes south of the Mississippi.

Somewhere down there is going to receive incredible rainfall totals and have a little surge pushing back against the drainage.

Thibodaux excluded but y'all could still flood if you catch the rain maximum.


LSUfanNkaty
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
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Can someone post a graphic or something and circle where the center of circulation is?



Lol that's where the confusion is... either north or south...


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macatak911
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
DISCUSSION AND OUTLOOK
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At 100 PM CDT (1800 UTC), the center of Tropical Storm Barry was
located near latitude 28.4 North, longitude 90.6 West. Barry is
moving toward the west-northwest near 5 mph (7 km/h). A motion
toward the northwest is expected to begin later today, followed by a
turn toward the north Saturday night. On the forecast track, the
center of Barry will approach the central or southeastern coast of
Louisiana through tonight and then make landfall over the central
Louisiana coast on Saturday. After landfall, Barry is expected to
move generally northward through the Mississippi Valley through
Sunday.

Reports from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft
indicate that maximum sustained winds are near 65 mph (100 km/h)
with higher gusts. Strengthening is forecast before landfall, and
Barry is expected to be a hurricane when the center reaches the
Louisiana coast. Weakening is expected after Barry moves inland.

Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 175 miles (280 km)
from the center. The NOAA automated station at the Southwest Pass
of the Mississippi River recently reported sustained winds of
55 mph and a wind gust of 66 mph at an elevation of 125 ft. An oil
rig located southwest of the Mouth of the Mississippi River recently
reported sustained winds of 76 mph and a wind gust of 87 mph at an
elevation of 295 ft.

The minimum central pressure just reported by the Hurricane Hunter
aircraft is 993 mb (29.32 inches).


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50_Tiger
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
Using my MS paint picture:

Bad stuff area busting nuts into the atmosphere.

Microwave scan showing potential eyewall formation. In reality, the mets are guessing just as much as we are atm.

Barry will probably be a storm that goes into some high level textbook.


CaptainJ47
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
Sorry driving to BR from Houston now trying to beat the storm. Has the board talked about the massive spikes in projections for local rivers? Looks like 31 feet on the Comite at Joor (2nd only to 2016) and 38.6 feet on the Amite at Denham (8th highest or so ever).


Thib-a-doe Tiger
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
quote:

'd consider evacuating in any of the parishes south of the Mississippi.

Somewhere down there is going to receive incredible rainfall totals and have a little surge pushing back against the drainage.

Thibodaux excluded but y'all could still flood if you catch the rain maximum



I’ll be doing live reporting for as long as I have cell phone power and/or coherent consciousness


LSUfanNkaty
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re: Office Barry thread - Significant Flooding Potential
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Microwave scan showing potential eyewall formation. In reality, the mets are guessing just as much as we are atm.

Barry will probably be a storm that goes into some high level textbook.


It really is perplexing ATM


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