Eric Holthaus is retweeting a bunch of useful information:
Pre-event analysis of #TropicalStormBarry projected rainfall in next 7 days compared to development in 1940 and 2019. Being repetitive here but clearly it's still an issue (e.g., Harvey, Florence). #BatonRouge #NewOrleans Expanding Bull's Eye Effect https://t.co/diGx2djXgb (1/2) pic.twitter.com/pFffiPzh3i
— Stephen M. Strader (@StephenMStrader) July 11, 2019
If you are in the path of #Barry, finish your storm preparations as soon as possible.
— FEMA (@fema) July 11, 2019
— Tom Sherwood (@tomsherwood) July 11, 2019
While there is no need to panic, this amount of rain would lead to widespread and dangerous flash flooding. @NWSWPC has issued a HIGH RISK of flash flooding on Saturday. Now is the time to prepare your home and plan on what you'll do when the water begins to rise. #Barry pic.twitter.com/BNdjP8m5Zf
— National Weather Service (@NWS) July 11, 2019
Maybe worth keeping tabs on this weekend…the state rainfall record in Louisiana for TC landfall is from Allison in 2001…29.92"
Not totally out of the question with current forecast calling for local max potential ~25" pic.twitter.com/HubqxRoWJz
— Eric Fisher (@ericfisher) July 11, 2019