Barry hammers the Gulf Coast with rains and flooding, New Orleans is spared the worst

Barry hammers the Gulf Coast with rains and flooding, New Orleans is spared the worst

Weakened but still potent, Barry inundated the Gulf Coast but appeared unlikely to deluge New Orleans as it continued its slow advance, though it brou

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Weakened but still potent, Barry inundated the Gulf Coast but appeared unlikely to deluge New Orleans as it continued its slow advance, though it brought fresh fears of flash flooding to Mississippi’s capital city Sunday morning.Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards on Saturday night urged residents across south Louisiana to stay “vigilant,” warning that Barry could still cause disastrous flooding across a wide stretch of the Gulf Coast overnight.“This storm still has a long way to go before it leaves this state,” Edwards said. “Don’t let your guard down.”WATCH: Various parts of Louisiana experience flooding as Tropical Storm Barry begins to weaken

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