Tropical Weather Update and Briefing Slides June 18, 2021 At 11AM
Click HERE for the latest update on Potential Tropical Cyclone Three.
Changes from the previous update:
Potential Tropical Cyclone Three is forecast to move north with an eventual northeastward turn towards the Louisiana coastline. Some slow strengthening is expected with this system and it is expected to make landfall as a tropical storm. The main threats associated with this system continue to be heavy rainfall and minor coastal flooding.
- Potential Tropical Cyclone Three is expected to move towards the northern Gulf Coast and make landfall early tomorrow morning.
- Heavy rainfall is the greatest threat with 4-8 inches of rain forecast across portions of the area with locally higher amounts possible.
- Minor coastal flooding with 1-3 feet of inundation along the open coast and 1-2 feet of inundation along the lake shores. Peak water levels are expected this evening and tonight.
- Tropical Storm Force winds (39 to 57 mph) likely expected today and tomorrow
- A few tornadoes possible today and tomorrow.
- Dangerous marine conditions expected across the coastal waters.
The attached briefing below highlights the threats associated with Potential Tropical Cyclone Three.
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 following the 4 PM Advisory.
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