Barry, now a tropical depression, soaks much of Louisiana while sparing New Orleans A man in the French Quarter plays with his umbrella in the wind of the storm Barry in New Orleans, on Friday. Includes exclusive satellite and radar coverage of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean. As of 8 p.m. EDT, the National Hurricane Center reported that Tropical Storm Barry was about 55 miles northwest of Lafayette, Louisiana, and had sustained winds of 60 mph. In Barry originated from a tropical wave that developed in the southern Caribbean Sea. Air travel is likely to be severely impacted. The wave tracked northwestward and began to develop in marginally favorable conditions. Tropical Storm Barry is approaching the Gulf Coast and the lower Mississippi Valley, bringing with it torrential rains and expected flooding.

Tropical Storm Barry (2001), made landfall in Florida, causing two deaths and $30 million in damage Tropical Storm Barry (2007) , short-lived tropical storm that made landfall in western Florida Tropical Storm Barry (2013) , made landfall in Belize as a tropical depression before making landfall in Mexico while in the Bay of Campeche

Tropical Storm Barry was a weak and short-lived tropical cyclone that brought heavy rains to parts of Central America and Mexico in June 2013. Here is a timeline of events for different threats from Tropical Storm Barry. The National Hurricane Center is predicting hurricane conditions along portions of the Louisiana coast and rain totals of 10 to 20 inches. Local information on Tropical Storm Cristobal: Lake Charles, New Orleans, Mobile Tropical Storm Warning: Gulf of Mexico – Graphical Forecast The NWS is soliciting feedback from media, weather vendor, software/app developer, and emergency management/public safety partners on their use of NWS tropical products and services. Tropical Storm Barry is 'exactly a climate change story,' an expert warns As climate change warms the atmosphere, extreme weather events like Tropical Storm Barry … A tropical cyclone moving across the northern Gulf of Mexico could become Tropical Storm Barry by Thursday night, according to the National Hurricane Center. Tropical Storm Barry is beginning to take a toll on the central Gulf Coast, bringing high winds and heavy rains to parts of southeastern Louisiana, where residents have been preparing to … Tropical Storm Barry is heading for the Gulf Coast, and is expected to make landfall as a hurricane on Saturday. Hurricane Barry: Here's when and where the storm will hit The slow-moving storm is prompting fears of flooding. Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 175 miles (280 km) from the center.

A National Ocean Service station at Eugene Island, Louisiana, has recently reported sustained winds of 47 mph and a wind gust of 55 mph. Tropical Storm Barry weakens upon landfall in Louisiana, dumps rain across Gulf Coast ... After briefly becoming a Category 1 hurricane, the system weakened to a tropical storm as it … Tropical Storm Barry sent water coursing into coastal areas in Louisiana from pouring rain and storm surge. As the storm advances, the American Humane Rescue team is standing … Everything you need to monitor the Tropical Storm Cristobal in one place. Tropical Storm Barry is officially a named storm now—and it's headed to New Orleans.