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Heavy Rain, Local Flooding from Gulf Coast to Southern Mid-Atlantic

A slow moving front will provide the focus for locally heavy rain from the Gulf Coast and Southeast states to the southern Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday. Localized flash flooding will be possible with the heavier thunderstorms. Also, some of these thunderstorms could produce damaging wind gusts in parts of the Southeast on Tuesday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, May. 23, 2017 at 7:31:23 am CDT

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A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through noon southeast a line from Bogalusa to Hammond to Donaldsonville. Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms still possible through this evening. Much quieter tomorrow and through the rest of the week as we dry out behind the cold front. For forecasts more specific to your local area, please remember to "point and click" on the map on our web page: weather.gov/neworleans
Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for areas mainly southeast of a line from Bogalusa-Hammond-Donaldsonville till noon. Still a small risk of locally heavy rain for those areas. Additional rainfall of 1 to 2 inches are possible through midday today. When accounting for the past 3 days worth of rain, this will bring storm total rainfall to 4 to 7 inches with locally higher amounts.
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