Mocobizscene- Southeastern Louisiana experienced a barrage of storms in the initial round, which unleashed torrential downpours and powerful, destructive winds across the region.
Parts of St. Tammany Parish experienced severe thunderstorms that resulted in the presence of pea-sized hail.
Heavy rain showers led to street flooding in Laplace and on the Northshore.
In Assumption Parish, a business and the volunteer fire station in Labadieville were devastated by a possible tornado.
Cookies Thrift Store in Labadieville Posted by Patty Naquin on Monday, January 8, 2024
Straight line winds lifted neighbors mobile home into Station 3 on Hwy 1011. No notable damage to either fire truck or our spirit. Posted by Labadieville Volunteer Fire Department on Monday, January 8, 2024
Tornado and flash flood watches are still in effect in Southeastern Louisiana and will continue throughout the night and into Tuesday morning. In New Orleans, neutral ground parking will be enforced until 9 a.m. on Tuesday.
- Severe storms expected in New Orleans due to approaching cold front
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