a whole lotta rain … PHOTOS (nearby areas) from WAFB.

River stages map

Assumption Parish Police Jury

The Police Jury President has declared an Emergency Declaration for ‘No Wake’ Zones due to the high waters for the following areas: 

  • Bayou Corne
  • Pierre Part Bay
  • Bayou Drive Elevation Bridge
  • Belle River
  • 4-Mile Bayou
  • Bayou Gannevail
  • Bayou Crab
  • Bayou Tranquille
  • Lake Verret Park Estates Canal
  • T-Bayou
  • Pierre Part Bay along East Drive
  • Grand Bayou

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  1. Helocorders..hang on to your slosh buckets. Per Tsumani warning email..6.6 EQ off Mexico in the Pacific, just after 8 AM, 5/31/2014 Eastern Time. DAs threw me out of bed, they work but need tuning.

    • LA 10,bottom of bore hole, is going NUTS with sloshing. So are the others…Talk about peeling an orange..
      .I am believing more and more in catastrophic geography, that earth events can occur in fast bursts, not just slow mountain building. Good example are the lines of old fields/fences or ?? on the sides of steep volcanos in Peru..and the uplift/catastrophies that ruined the terrain there. It was not gentle.

      • To: JEC
        This is my thinking as well
        The Hovind Theory (on the Global Flood) – Part 6 of creation science seminar – Dr. Kent Hovind

        Robert V. Gentry he work at the Oak Ridge TN Nuclear Plants I think he work at X-10, I have talk to him before and his son my Father and Mother knew him.
        Fingerprints Of Creation – English

        The Young Age of the Earth

        Right now I am doing some searching on the internet about Polar stratospheric clouds and noctilucent clouds and poisonous space clouds and the earth’s magnetic pole shift and space clouds maybe a link to those mysterious mass deaths of birds, animals and fish’s.

    • wow! and get a barf pail too!!
      Will post — was just looking up radar links that aren’t in Flash ….

  2. More rain on the way
    Assumption Parish assesses damage caused by flooding
    Posted: May 29, 2014 2:02 PM EDTThursday, May 29, 2014 2:02 PM EDTUpdated: May 29, 2014 2:02 PM EDT

    Flood victims still dealing with high water
    Posted: May 31, 2014 4:49 PM by Troy Gaulden
    Caskets float out of graves in Assumption Parish flooding
    POSTED: Thursday, May 29, 2014 – 11:30am

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