The mayor of New Orleans says the city’s water pumps are “working at optimal capacity” as Tropical Storm Barry moves toward the state’s Gulf coast. (July 11)
Livestreams and webcams across the Louisiana coast are currently documenting conditions as Tropical Storm Barry approaches land.
Heavy rains and flooding are threatening the area, as forecasters predict the storm will make landfall as a hurricane Saturday.
For those who want a live look at conditions in the storm’s path, there are a number of options.
This interactive page from the USA TODAY Network brings together a huge network of webcams from numerous coastal cities likely to be impacted by Barry – including New Orleans; Lake Charles, Louisiana and Biloxi, Mississippi.
Among the websites offering livestreams of New Orleans and its recognizable landmarks, EarthCam currently offers a high-quality live view of a Bourbon Street location.
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Some YouTube channels are also offering livestreams of locations in Barry’s path:
And others are offering live looks at forecasts and weather data:
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