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November 23, 2014 Coastal Flooding along the Southeast Texas & Southwest Louisiana Coast

Donovan Landreneau, Senior Meteorologist
Kent Kuyper, Senior Meteorologist

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During the late evening hours of November 22, 2014, a mesoscale convective complex of thunderstorms rolled through the northwestern Gulf of Mexico which led to a quick jump in tide levels along the coast, and subsequent minor flooding of coastal areas.

 

NOS Tidal Water Level Graphs
Amerada Pass, LA Freshwater Canal Locks, LA Calcasieu Pass, LA Lake Charles, LA
Bulk Terminal, LA Sabine Pass North, TX Galveston, TX  

 

NOS Pressure Graphs
Amerada Pass, LA Freshwater Canal Locks, LA Calcasieu Pass, LA Lake Charles, LA
Sabine Pass North, TX       

 

NOS Wind Gust Graphs
Amerada Pass, LA Freshwater Canal Locks, LA Calcasieu Pass, LA Sabine Pass North, TX

 

Radar and Satellite Animated Imagery
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Regional Radar Imagery

GOES-13 IR/VIS Satellite Imagery


Webpage by: Donovan Landreneau & Kent Kuyper
Data collection by: Donovan Landreneau, Jonathan Brazzell, Kent Kuyper