Tropical Update - Newly Named Tropical Storm Claudette 6 AM Saturday June 19th, 2021
Click HERE is an update concerning now Tropical Storm Claudette.
Changes from the previous update:
Tropical Storm Claudette was named with the 4 am advisory as it finally had a well-defined circulation. That doesn't change anything, as most of the significant impacts occurred overnight. Conditions will slowly improve through the day outside of ongoing flash flooding and increasing river flooding.
Gusty winds of 35-40 mph will still be possible into the early afternoon hours.
An additional 0.5-2 inches of rain will be possible as isolated to scattered showers, and thunderstorms develop today.
Tides have already peaked across the open coast and will slowly recede through the day. Tides inside the tidal lakes are currently peaking.
A few tornadoes may still be possible this morning over coastal MS.
The attached briefing highlights the threats associated with this system.
Additional Information and Resources:
NWS New Orleans Website: www.weather.gov/neworleans
NWS New Orleans DSS Website: http://www.weather.gov/lix/embrief
NWS New Orleans Tropical Page: https://www.weather.gov/srh/tropical?office=lix
River Gauges and Forecasts: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=lix
NWS New Orleans Facebook: www.facebook.com/NWSNewOrleans
NWS New Orleans Twitter: https://twitter.com/NWSNewOrleans
Online Severe Weather Reporting: https://www.weather.gov/lix/submit_storm_report
National Hurricane Center Website: https:///www.nhc.noaa.gov
Next Update and Contact Information:
The next update will be sent after the 10 am update. If you have any questions in the interim or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We can be reached by phone at 504-522-7330 or 985-649-0429. Use extension 4 to speak with a forecaster. Alternatively, you can reach us by email by replying to this message or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Both methods will be delivered to the forecasters on shift at the office.
Please pass along any reports of heavy rain measurements, wind measurements or damage, flash flooding, or tidal flooding.
NWS New Orleans/Baton Rouge