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2019-07-11 -Signs, Portents, and the Weather-
Floods hit New Orleans: Gulf Coast residents brace for 2’ of rain as Tropical Storm Barry forms offshore amid warnings it could turn into a HURRICANE and make landfall by weekend
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Posted by Skidmark 2019-07-11 00:29|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6493 views ]  Top

#1 the post Katrina reconstructed levy system worked better than expected back in august 2012 during the hit from Hurricane Isaac

that storm passed almost directly over New Orleans and the storm surge was 10' there

however, that August the Mississippi river was much lower than it is currently

Posted by lord garth 2019-07-11 02:09||   2019-07-11 02:09|| Front Page Top

#2 Whoops! Moderator error (not me, for a change). Hopefully Skidmark will soon see and replace his article.

Skidmark, was it this?

Floods hit New Orleans with Gulf Coast residents bracing for two feet of rain as Tropical Storm Barry forms offshore amid warnings it could turn into a HURRICANE and make landfall by weekend
Posted by trailing wife 2019-07-11 07:50||   2019-07-11 07:50|| Front Page Top

#3 Nicely done.
Interesting how the Brits are better informed about US than we are.
Posted by Skidmark 2019-07-11 08:01||   2019-07-11 08:01|| Front Page Top

#4 Mississippi River has been held at a steady 16.3 feet (give or take a few inches) for several months by diversion of a bunch of flow through the control structures into Lake Pontchartrain and into the Atchafalaya River system. This storm system should not raise it too much from the rain, as the River will only see the water that falls on it or gets pumped out of the city into it, which is only a tiny fraction of flow. Storm surge at the mouth of the river will reduce the gradient ('raise the back pressure') temporarily, which will reuce the river flow and back the river up into New Orleans, which would probably raise the river level to near record highs, and be a full test of the levee system.
Posted by Glenmore 2019-07-11 09:02||   2019-07-11 09:02|| Front Page Top

#5 Try this link.

Attempting to redeem myself.
Posted by Besoeker 2019-07-11 14:18||   2019-07-11 14:18|| Front Page Top

#6 Teamwork works! All the links now do, to. Thank you for stepping in, Besoeker. Count yourself redeemed, and thereby having redeemed me. :-)
Posted by trailing wife 2019-07-11 15:39||   2019-07-11 15:39|| Front Page Top

#7 too, not to. PIMF!!

Posted by trailing wife 2019-07-11 15:51||   2019-07-11 15:51|| Front Page Top

#8 Is this the article without a title?
Posted by Bright Pebbles 2019-07-11 16:28||   2019-07-11 16:28|| Front Page Top

#9 This is indeed the article that lost its title and link for a while, Bright Pebbles. These things happen on occasion.
Posted by trailing wife 2019-07-11 17:29||   2019-07-11 17:29|| Front Page Top

#10 Not enough Cooks.
Posted by Skidmark 2019-07-11 18:05||   2019-07-11 18:05|| Front Page Top

#11 SLS Rocket might drown... Is losing at multibillion $ TURKEY a loss?
Posted by 3dc 2019-07-11 23:19||   2019-07-11 23:19|| Front Page Top

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