Tornado Warning Issued for Southern Louisiana

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A hurricane warning has been released for Feb. 23, 2016, by a New Orléans National Weather Service. Louisiana cities that could be impacted embody Destrehan, Norco, New Sarpy, Central St. Charles Parish. This warning will final until 11:45 a.m. CST. The National Weather Service states that people in these areas should take cover immediately. Move to a groundwork or bottom building and keep divided from windows.

At 10:43 a.m., a serious thunderstorm started in a area. The charge is able of creating conditions that could many expected furnish a tornado. This charge started over Bayou Gauche, 10 miles south of Hahnville and is relocating north during 30 mph.

The charge will strike mixed cities during these likely times:
Luling and Boutte – 11:00 a.m.
Taft and Hahnville – 11:05 a.m.
New Sarpy, Destrehan, Norco, St. Rose, and Ama – 11:10 a.m.

The impact of a thunderstorm and probable hurricane will put those who are not inside in danger. There will be drifting debris, repairs to windows, roofs, and vehicles, and trees. Mobile homes will be shop-worn or destroyed.

Take preserve immediately. The National Weather Service reports that people in these areas should go to their groundwork or an interior room on a bottom floor.

Head to stout preserve and stay divided from a windows. Those who are in mobile homes and vehicles should pierce to a closest and many protecting preserve available.

Update: The National Weather Service released a hurricane warning for executive Yazoo County in Central Mississippi until 5:15 p.m. CST. The Thunderstorm that went by Southern Louisiana has changed to Mississippi and is still relocating northeast during 30 mph. This charge will impact Little Yazoo, Myrleville, Benton, Vaughn, and Bentonia.

The National Weather Service is enlivening everybody in these areas to stay inside, preferably in a groundwork or initial floor, divided from a windows. Mobile homes and vehicles are not safe. Find a stout shelter.

Guardian Liberty Voice will post updates as they turn available.

By Jeanette Smith

Source: Tornado Warning
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