LA12 shows seeping-sloshing of small fluid movement all morning. They show as rick-tack lines on the chart.
After 10 a.m. something ominous starts up at LA21. It is near the SE corner of Lake FUBAR.
The sloshing stops and there are normal dings and dangs until 11:45 p.m. – then fluid movement again.
Keith M. did some new maps and they are linked on the MAP page.
A south Louisiana flood board has launched a legal fight against a new state law aimed at retroactively killing a lawsuit filed last year over coastal damage attributed to oil and gas drilling.
The Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East argues in federal court papers filed Tuesday that the law cannot be used to block the lawsuit. . .
(Note: continuing news about this flood board saga are regularly on the sidebar in the RSS feed section )
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We hope this doesn’t happen near gassy Lake FUBAR! – Fireball explodes producing small meteorites near Lake Weiss, Alabama
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- WAFB- 2-year anniversary of the Bayou Corne sinkhole
- New Orleans Times-Picayune – Bayou Corne sinkhole: Two years later, turmoil remains for residents
- Bayou Corne Sinkhole Turns Two < new PHOTOS
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