Hurricanes Igor and Tomas get their names retired

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 8:19 PM GMT on March 27, 2011

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The names Tomas and Igor will no longer be used to name hurricanes in the Atlantic, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced this March. Hurricane Igor made landfall near Cape Race, Newfoundland on September 21, 2010, and was that island's most damaging hurricane in 75 years, with $200 million in damage. Hurricane Tomas smashed through the Lesser Antilles Islands on October 30 - 31, 2010, dealing a particularly harsh blow to St. Lucia, where eight died and damage was estimated at $500 million. Tomas also killed 35 people on Haiti, and contributed to a cholera epidemic that killed thousands.


Figure 1. Little Barsway bridge 10 km north of Grand Bank, Newfoundland, after flood waters from Hurricane Igor swept it away. Image credit: George J.B. Rose.


Figure 2. MODIS satellite image of Tropical Storm Tomas taken at 10:30am EDT Saturday October 30, 2010, as the storm began lashing the Lesser Antilles. At the time, Tomas was a Category 1 hurricane with 75 mph winds. Image credit: NASA.

The retirement of hurricane names
The WMO maintains a list of hurricane names for the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific that repeats itself every six years. The names Igor and Tomas in the Atlantic would have appeared again in 2016, but will be replaced by Ian and Tobias. Each spring, the WMO meets to decide if any names should be retired from the list, due to notable death or destruction caused by one of the past season's storms. Any country that is a member of the WMO can request that a name be retired. If a country seriously affected by a hurricane does not request retirement of the name, then the name will not be retired. In the recent past, Mexico, in particular, has been reluctant to request retirement significant storms that have affected them. In 2010, two significant hurricanes affected the country, but Mexico chose not to request retirement of either: Hurricane Alex, which killed twelve people and did $1.5 billion in damage, and Hurricane Karl, which killed 22 and did $206 million in damage. Back in 2005, Mexico also did not request retirement of Hurricane Emily, which made two landfalls in Mexico as a major hurricane, destroying thousands of buildings, but not claiming any lives. A new storm named Emily will appear this year, as we are recycling the names from 2005 that were not retired (2005 holds the record for most retired names, with five.) Probably the best example of a hurricane that did not get its name retired, but deserved to, was Hurricane Gordon of 1994, which killed 1145 people on Haiti. Haiti did not send a representative to the 1995 WMO meeting when retirements for 1994 were decided. Gordon did not affect any other countries strongly enough to motivate them to request retirement, and the name Gordon will be used again in 2012.

Since Atlantic hurricanes began getting women's names in 1953, 76 names have been retired, an average of 1.3 retired names per year. The list includes one tropical storm, Allison of 2001, that caused billions in damage from its heavy rains. The storm with the most appearances so far is Arlene, which has appeared nine times: 1959, 1963, 1967, 1971, 1981, 1987, 1993, 1999, 2005. Arlene will make its tenth appearance this year. One exception to the retirement rule: before 1979, some storm names were simply dropped. For example, in 1966, Fern was substituted for Frieda, and no reason was given. Only three Eastern Pacific hurricanes have had their names retired--Hurricane Ismael of 1995, Hurricane Pauline of 1997, and Hurricane Kenna of 2002. All of these storms hit Mexico.

Cool Katrina animation
A new visualization created by Advanced Visualization Laboratory at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois shows Hurricane Katrina spinning over the Gulf of Mexico during a 36-hour period in August, 2005. The animation is part of a full-length planetarium film called Dynamic Earth screened at the Fulldome UK festival on March 12 - 13. You can see the video at the newscientist.com or DynamicEarth web sites. The video description: Trajectories follow moist air rising into intense "hot tower" thunderstorms, and trace strong winds around the eye wall; rapidly rising air is yellow, sinking air blue. The sun, moon, and stars show the passing of time. The visualization highlights Katrina's awesome power and fierce beauty.

I'll be back with a new post Tuesday or Wednesday.

Jeff Masters

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Quoting beell:


I tend to look for the potential for surface boundary interaction, cap strength, backed winds at the surface, the intensity and direction of the LLJ (veered somewhat from the surface wind ideally) and the strength of the mid-level forcing. Finally, entrance and exit regions of the upper jet.

Then add CAPE and shake well before serving


I guess I should have added "but is not limited to" in a disclaimer in my post lol, but then again i'm assuming that conditions are already ripe for severe weather and want to see how the conditions are for tornadoes which then I focus on the speed and directional shear- components of the Helicity. The LLJ works in tandem with the helicity if we consider the lowest 1km or so of the atmosphere.

Excellent points to observe on your part though.
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Quoting PcolaDan:
Tweet from Jim Cantore -
"SPOTTER REPORTS WATER APPROACHING HOMES ON ROOSEVELT AVE SOUTH OF WEST METAIRIE CANAL & STREET NOT PASSABLE."


Thats where I grew up and that Canal is armored and well engineered after a refit ,,so the rain Rates must be Bad..

Those are all 60s slab 3-4 bedroom Homes and I bet they closed the street as wakes can put water in your Home from Crazed SUV'ers
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Q-4 now showing TVS sig..as I think we were on the Northern edge of it as it blew thru,and Im sure the West Bank got the core as it was Loud and White South of the river thru the passage.

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Tweet from Jim Cantore -
"SPOTTER REPORTS WATER APPROACHING HOMES ON ROOSEVELT AVE SOUTH OF WEST METAIRIE CANAL & STREET NOT PASSABLE."
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SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
720 PM CDT TUE MAR 29 2011

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NEW ORLEANS HAS ISSUED A

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR...
POINTE COUPEE PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...

* UNTIL 815 PM CDT

* AT 716 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS DETECTED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING QUARTER SIZE HAIL...AND
DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THIS STORM WAS LOCATED 16
MILES WEST OF LOTTIE...OR 9 MILES WEST OF KROTZ SPRINGS...AND
MOVING EAST AT 25 MPH.

* OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO
LIVONIA...LETTSWORTH...BATCHELOR AND MORGANZA

THESE STORMS HAVE HAD A HISTORY OF PRODUCING HAIL.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

THIS IS A DANGEROUS STORM. IF YOU ARE IN ITS PATH...PREPARE
IMMEDIATELY FOR DAMAGING WINDS...DESTRUCTIVE HAIL...AND DEADLY CLOUD
TO GROUND LIGHTNING. PEOPLE OUTSIDE SHOULD MOVE TO A SHELTER...
PREFERABLY INSIDE A STRONG BUILDING BUT AWAY FROM WINDOWS.

A TORNADO WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM CDT TUESDAY EVENING
FOR SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA AND SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI.



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3078 9158 3075 9159 3074 9155 3052 9141
3052 9142 3050 9176 3054 9175 3061 9176
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* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR...
NORTH CENTRAL JEFFERSON PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
THIS INCLUDES THE CITIES OF...TIMBERLANE...MARRERO...HARVEY...
SOUTHWESTERN ORLEANS PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS...
NORTHWESTERN PLAQUEMINES PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF BELLE CHASSE...
WEST CENTRAL ST. BERNARD PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF CHALMETTE...

* UNTIL 815 PM CDT

* AT 711 PM CDT...THE PUBLIC REPORTED A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
CAPABLE OF PRODUCING GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL...AND DAMAGING WINDS IN
EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THESE STORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE EXTENDING
FROM NEW ORLEANS TO HARVEY...AND MOVING EAST AT 20 MPH.

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE NEAR...
BELLE CHASSE BY 725 PM CDT...
CHALMETTE BY 735 PM CDT...
VIOLET BY 750 PM CDT...
YSCLOSKEY BY 815 PM CDT...

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

THIS IS A DANGEROUS STORM. IF YOU ARE IN ITS PATH...PREPARE
IMMEDIATELY FOR DAMAGING WINDS...DESTRUCTIVE HAIL...AND DEADLY CLOUD
TO GROUND LIGHTNING. PEOPLE OUTSIDE SHOULD MOVE TO A SHELTER...
PREFERABLY INSIDE A STRONG BUILDING BUT AWAY FROM WINDOWS.

HAIL UP TO GOLFBALL IN DIAMETER HAS BEEN REPORTED IN TERRYTOWN
WITH THIS STORM. IF YOU ARE IN THE PATH OF THE STORM...TAKE
IMMEDIATE ACTION TO PROTECT LIFE AND PROPERTY. BASEBALL SIZED HAIL
IS POSSIBLE WITH THIS STORM.

A TORNADO WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM CDT TUESDAY EVENING
FOR SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA AND SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI.



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2997 8983 2995 8979 2997 8971 2996 8969
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Quoting Grothar:


Très drôle!


jajajaja (my Spanish for the day)
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Now passed the severe as moderate rain falls now,,with that Cell Rumbling east in the distance.

Was Strongest cell this year def.


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Quoting doorman79:


How far are you from fuchier/magazine?


Foucher St.




About 10 Blocks,,one Left off of Constance
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892. Skyepony (Mod)
Namibia's President Hifikepunye Pohamba Tuesday declared a state of emergency in northern parts of the country after heavy flooding displaced nearly 10,000 people and washed away roads. "I and my cabinet colleagues have discussed the prevailing situation in depth, consulted various experts.... and I have come to the conclusion that I declare an emergency situation in the north and northeastern parts of our country," Pohamba said at State House. Pohamba told reporters that 247 schools had had to close because of rising water levels, with clinics and homes submerged. Since January heavy rains have been pounding the northern parts of the country, resulting in high water levels in the Zambezi river along the northeastern Caprivi region and the Okavango river which borders Angola. "Namibia is once again experiencing most devastating floods... this could be the worst flood disaster in (its) recorded history," Pohamba added. He said he was worried that floods may affect crops of maize, which is the country's staple food, and the government has made available 30 million Namibian dollars ($4.37 million) to address the emergency. More rain in southern Angola was expected to increase chances of flooding in north central parts of the country, where rainfall is also expected.
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Quoting PcolaDan:


So that would be east then. At least until you get there, which involves turning right at Notre Dame. :|


Très drôle!
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890. beell
Quoting Drakoen:


I prefer to just look at the Helicity along with the CAPE.


I tend to look for the potential for surface boundary interaction (dryline, warm front, outflow boundary, triple point, etc), ADDED: moisture, cap strength, backed winds at the surface, the intensity and direction of the LLJ (veered somewhat from the surface wind ideally) and the strength of the mid-level forcing. Finally, entrance and exit regions of the upper jet.

Then add CAPE and shake well before serving
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Quoting Grothar:


Paris.


So that would be east then. At least until you get there, which involves turning right at Notre Dame. :|
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Quoting Patrap:
yes,,off Magzine near Jefferson,,and we have Hevy Rain,Pea Sized Hail atm.



How far are you from fuchier/magazine?
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Quoting tkeith:
or West...depending on which bridge you cross Grothar.


Thanks, now I'll give you a good turn. If you are ever in New York City, remember, most of the entrences of the 7th Ave Express subway, are really on 8th Ave. It's a New York thing.
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Quoting atmoaggie:
Yes, in parts of NOLA, the east bank is north.

Would you believe that there is a place near NOLA where the west bank is east of the east bank?
(true)


Westwego east right?
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880. doorman79

yes,,off Magazine near Jefferson,,and we have Heavy Rain,Pea Sized Hail atm.

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884. Skyepony (Mod)
Situation Update No. 66
On 29.03.2011 at 14:19 GMT+2

Japan's prime minister says the country is on "maximum alert" over its nuclear crisis as radiation continues to seep out of the disabled Fukushima nuclear plant and traces of plutonium have been found in the soil. Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Tuesday also warned that the situation remains "unpredictable" at the earthquake-damaged plant. He said his government is giving its complete attention to halting the radiation leaks. Officials announced earlier that dangerous plutonium has been detected in the soil in five locations around the plant, more than two weeks after a massive earthquake and tsunami crippled the plant's cooling systems.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said the levels did not exceed normal background levels, but that the composition of the plutonium indicates at least some of it came from the nuclear plant. Japan's top government spokesman Yukio Edano said Tuesday the government is doing everything it can to bring the situation under control. He said the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and US Armed Forces were providing support and know-how.

Japanese officials have said the presence of plutonium in the soil is evidence of a meltdown in the core of the number 3 reactor, the only one of six at the plant that uses plutonium in its fuel. The discovery is the latest setback in the effort to shut down the reactors, whose cooling systems were knocked out when a 9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami struck Japan on March 11. More bodies are discovered daily as search crews make their way through the rubble of Japan's northeast coast, bringing the toll by Tuesday to more than 11,000 dead and 17,000 missing. Almost 200,000 more are still living in poorly equipped shelters. Edano said Tuesday the government had set up a special task force dedicated to supporting the livelihood of those affected by the triple disaster.

On Monday, officials announced that water being used to keep the reactors' fuel rods from overheating has leaked into maintenance tunnels that run alongside three of the reactors and lead within 55 meters of the open ocean. Radiation in the water outside the number two reactor was measured at levels that can cause sickness within an hour. Workers were already grappling with water at similar radiation levels inside the reactor building, where two workers suffered radiation burns after stepping in the water last week. Authorities say the water must be safely removed from the buildings before workers can resume the crucial work of restoring electrical power to the pumps that run the plant's cooling systems.

At a news conference Tuesday, Edano described the situation as "very grave." He said the workers have no choice but to continue pumping water into the reactors to keep the fuel rods from overheating, even as they confront the challenge of disposing with the contaminated runoff. Radiation escaping from the plant has made its way into milk and vegetables in the surrounding province and into ocean areas near the facility. It has also infected tap water in Tokyo, 220 kilometers to the south, and has been detected at trace levels as far away as China and South Korea.
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Quoting PcolaDan:


So which way is the Left Bank? ;)


depends were you are standing when you point left.
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Quoting Grothar:


No wonder you people are so confused. Does that mean the East bank is North?
Yes, in parts of NOLA, the east bank is north.

Would you believe that there is a place near in NOLA where the west bank is east of the east bank?
(true)

(EDIT: what was I thinkin' Most of NOLA is on the east bank and west of the west bank, in fact.)
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Quoting PcolaDan:


So which way is the Left Bank? ;)


Paris.
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Quoting Patrap:
Probably on Clearview Pkwy round Earhart tkeith..


You should be alright Pat. Don;t you live just a few blocks from the river?
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Quoting atmoaggie:
Right. True enough.

...if shear went up. But here and now, seems that CAPE went way down. (except for a thin layer)

The 70-plus dBz reflectivities are done for the day, I think.
And now, Pat's cell (to his south...on the west bank) hits 70...hmm.
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Quoting Grothar:


No wonder you people are so confused. Does that mean the East bank is North?


So which way is the Left Bank? ;)
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Quoting tkeith:
just a touch under 2" of rain here since 6:00pm haven't heard any reports but I'd bet there's a car floatin somewhere around here...
Isn't that always the case, tho?
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Probably on Clearview Pkwy round Earhart tkeith..
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Quoting tkeith:
just a touch under 2" of rain here since 6:00pm haven't heard any reports but I'd bet there's a car floatin somewhere around here...


Thats a safe bet, just hope it passes.
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just a touch under 2" of rain here since 6:00pm haven't heard any reports but I'd bet there's a car floatin somewhere around here...
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O yeah,,Q-4 is here...

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Quoting beell:


Not always a good thing.
Haby - BRN


I prefer to just look at the Helicity along with the CAPE.
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Quoting beell:


Not always a good thing.
Haby - BRN
Right. True enough.

...if shear went up. But here and now, seems that CAPE went way down. (except for a thin layer)

The 70-plus dBz reflectivities are done for the day, I think.
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Local CBS station WWL is
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Quoting TampaSpin:


what site is that.....pretty nice


wwl tv
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Quoting Grothar:
That is covering a big area. Is Pat still on or did he take cover? They really look bad.



what site is that.....pretty nice
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866. beell
Quoting atmoaggie:
The BRN for SE LA backed way, way off.



Not always a good thing.
Haby - BRN
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Quoting Grothar:


No wonder you people are so confused. Does that mean the East bank is North?
or West...depending on which bridge you cross Grothar.
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Quoting atmoaggie:
lol. For you non-locals, west bank at patrap's location means "south".
;-)


No wonder you people are so confused. Does that mean the East bank is North?
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Q-4 is the culprit ..just southwest of Audubon Bend now

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Quoting Patrap:
Thanx for that atmo,,as it takes a Map a compass and Half hour to splain dat un.
you can watch the sun come up in the east as you cross the Huey P headed to the west bank
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Quoting Patrap:
Thanx for that atmo,,as it takes a Map a compass and Half hour to splain dat un.


Only in NOLA lol!

Don't forget though, its not the west bank. Its the best bank.
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Quoting Patrap:
* AT 648 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS DETECTED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL.
THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEAR TERRYTOWN...OR NEAR TIMBERLANE...AND
MOVING NORTHEAST AT 30 MPH.


Yes because everyone owns a half dollar and can relate to it very well
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* AT 648 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS DETECTED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL.
THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEAR TERRYTOWN...OR NEAR TIMBERLANE...AND
MOVING NORTHEAST AT 30 MPH.
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Thanx for that atmo,,as it takes a Map a compass and Half hour to splain dat un.
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Quoting Patrap:
Im on the lappy toppy and that Wind is coming from the West Bank this way.


lol. For you non-locals, west bank at patrap's location means "south".
;-)
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BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
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THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NEW ORLEANS HAS ISSUED A

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR...
NORTHERN JEFFERSON PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
THIS INCLUDES THE CITIES OF...TIMBERLANE...MARRERO...HARVEY...
SOUTH CENTRAL ORLEANS PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
EXTREME NORTHWESTERN PLAQUEMINES PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
WEST CENTRAL ST. BERNARD PARISH IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA...
THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF CHALMETTE...

* UNTIL 715 PM CDT

* AT 648 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS DETECTED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL.
THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEAR TERRYTOWN...OR NEAR TIMBERLANE...AND
MOVING NORTHEAST AT 30 MPH.

* THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WILL OTHERWISE REMAIN OVER MAINLY RURAL
AREAS OF THE INDICATED PARISHES.

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2987 8996
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