1 N Kenner [Jefferson Co, LA] EMERGENCY MNGR reports FLASH FLOOD at 4:12 AM CDT -- KENNER EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RELAYED A REPORT FROM POLICE THAT THE INTERSECTION OF CHATEAU AND VINTAGE WAS IMPASSABLE BY AN SUV.
5 NNW Avondale [Jefferson Co, LA] FIRE DEPT/RESCUE reports FLASH FLOOD at 4:32 AM CDT -- SOUTHEAST SEARCH AND RESCUE REPORTED WATER OVER 2 FEET DEEP ON SOFIA STREET IN RIVER RIDGE.
1 W Mandeville [St. Tammany Co, LA] PUBLIC reports TSTM WND DMG at 2:30 AM CDT -- TREES SNAPPED WITHIN A MILE WEST OF CAUSEWAY BRIDGE.
Post by Shibumi-Mandeville I-12/Hwy59 on Apr 8, 2021 7:18:09 GMT -6
Quite A storm here overnight.....but amazingly I didn't fully wake....instead it made it into my dream...i was in the catacombs of the white cliffs of Dover where Britain ran their WWII operations and the thunder was bombs being dropped above....pretty trippy.
We had 3 confirmed touchdowns from the last event:
[Delayed Report] 6 ENE Watson [Livingston Co, LA] NWS STORM SURVEY reports TORNADO at 8 Apr, 1:20 AM CDT -- A BRIEF EF0 TORNADO WITH MAX WINDS OF 80 MPH WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 25 YEARS AND A PATH LENGTH OF 0.122 MILES, TOUCHED DOWN BEHIND A HOUSE AND TORE ITS CAR PORT OFF AND LIFTED MOST OF THE ROOF OFF. IT THEN RIPPED PART OF THE ROOF OFF A NEARBY BUILDING AND PEELED BACK THE TIN ON THE PORCH. TIN WAS PEELED BACK ON A BUILDING ACROSS THE STREET. ALL DEBRIS WAS THROWN AROUND A QUARTER OF A MILE TO THE NORTHEAST.
[Delayed Report] 8 N Pearlington [Hancock Co, MS] EMERGENCY MNGR reports TORNADO at 8 Apr, 3:27 AM CDT -- AN EF0 TORNADO WITH MAX WINDS OF 75 MPH, A PATH WIDTH OF 50 YARDS AND PATH LENGTH OF 0.7 MILES, TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY AND MOVED NORTHEAST KNOCKING DOWN TREES AND DAMAGED A GUARD GATE.
[Delayed Report] 8 N Pearlington [Hancock Co, MS] EMERGENCY MNGR reports TORNADO at 8 Apr, 3:27 AM CDT -- AN EF0 TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY AND MOVED NORTHEAST KNOCKING DOWN TREES AND DAMAGED A GUARD GATE.
Post by Stephanie Carpenter, WBANK JP on Apr 9, 2021 3:26:49 GMT -6
I see that a portion of Northeast Louisiana and the entire Mississippi mid-section is now under a Level 4, Moderate Risk. The Level 3 even nudged ever so slightly Southward. I see the Level 2 even nudged slightly Southward as well. Is there any likelihood of the Levels 2 and 3 nudge even more Southward?
I was under just a Level 1 the other day and there were a few Tornado Warnings issued for my parish as well as numerous reports of street flooding in my parish, and from what my husband and I witnessed, we had a wickedly stronger storm under the Level 1 than I've seem for this immediate area when it's under a Level 2 or even the rare 3. That was one very wicked storm!