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I-10 backed up amid flash floods

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www.youtube.com – – 2023-09-04 14:58:10

SUMMARY: The content discusses heavy rain and flooding in the New Orleans area, particularly on the interstates and certain underpass areas. Traffic is backed up and there are reports of stranded cars. The rain is gradually easing, but there are still showers and storms in the area. The highest water levels are reported on Canal Blvd. under the railroad track and at West End on I-10. The intensity of the rain has decreased, but there may still be delays and the flash flood warning remains in place. The dry ground in the region has caused the water to run off instead of being absorbed.

At around 2:20 p.m. cars started to move, but there was still a backup as the highway recovers from the standstill and continues to deal with heavy rain.

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FBI sets up tipline for Brunett murders

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-06-16 22:23:45

SUMMARY: The FBI has established an internet tip line for information regarding the murders of a mother and daughter in Lurre, California. The mother, Cali Brunette, was found dead at home on Thursday. An Amber Alert was issued for her two daughters, who were later found; tragically, the youngest, Aaron, was deceased. On Friday, 36-year-old Daniel Callahan confessed to killing Aaron Brunette while being transported to Rankin County Jail in Mississippi. He claimed he had no reason for his actions and cited his mental health issues. The FBI's tip page for this case can be accessed via a link on WWLTV.com.

Callie Brunnett was found dead in her home Thursday. An amber alert was issued for her two daughters. They were both found hours later, sadly, one of them was dead.

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Sunday 5 PM Tropical Update: Watching Gulf and Atlantic for possible development

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-06-16 19:02:03

SUMMARY: The southwestern Gulf has a high chance for tropical development, potentially forming a tropical depression or the season's first tropical storm this week. It's expected to move west-northwest, bringing significant rain to northern Mexico and southeastern Texas by midweek, but won't affect our local area directly. We will experience breezy conditions and sporadic heavy showers. Another area in the Atlantic has low development chances but will be monitored, especially near the Bahamas and Florida, influenced by dry air. Monday is anticipated to be the wettest day with intermittent heavy showers, easing slightly by Tuesday as drier air moves in.

There are two areas of possible tropical development in the Atlantic Basin. An area of showers and storms near the Yucatan Peninsula in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico has a high chance for development early this week. It is expected to move west-northwestward into Mexico and possibly south Texas by the middle of this week.

Additionally, there is a low chance for possible development in the western Atlantic Ocean near the Bahamas later this week which may lead to a small feature moving into the Southeast US late in the week. Watching for any updates on if this feature can trek west into the central Gulf Coast but it will have to contend with dry air first

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New Orleans Weather: Scattered rain and storms Monday and Tuesday

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-06-16 18:17:39

SUMMARY: Today saw significant downpours, but the weather is now calming with mostly dry conditions expected tonight. Temperatures are in the 80s with lingering clouds and possible brief showers due to tropical moisture. Monday will see scattered showers and storms, particularly in the afternoon, with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s and breezy conditions from the east-southeast. In the southwestern Gulf, a high chance of development could bring rain to southeastern Texas and northern Mexico by midweek. Tuesday will be drier, with only a few scattered showers, and dry conditions will increase by Wednesday and Thursday. Coastal flooding is possible due to strong winds.

Wet start to work week with drier weather by midweek

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