Historic flooding could soon deluge parts of several Southern states along the lower Mississippi River – CBS

CBS News –
“Potentially historic” flooding threatens Southern states

“Scientists are warning that historic flooding could soon deluge parts of several Southern states along the lower Mississippi River, where floodwaters could persist for several weeks. The flood threat in the South will be discussed Thursday, when the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration releases its 2019 spring outlook.

Experts plan a briefing on their flood forecast at the National Water Center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Thursday’s report is aimed at helping emergency managers and other safety officials to prepare for flooding.”

 

We will be watching the area nuke plants which cannot handle rising water very well.

 

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Heads Up! Bad Weather on the Way to the Gulf

The Watchers
Series of Pacific storms to impact the West, severe storms for Gulf Coast states

The AdvocateHeads up, south Louisiana: Be aware of possible severe weather, flash flooding Sunday

“A repeat of heavy rain and street flooding that plagued parts of south Louisiana a few days ago might occur Sunday.”

WARNING – When the ground is saturated trees easily tip over in a windy rain storm. Be careful driving!

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More weather info and river stages on the right sidebar

Watching Power Supply to Grand Gulf Nuke Plant in Bad Weather


Because nuke energy plants use conventional power only to power their control rooms it is vital the area around a nuke plant have operating power. So-called back up generators only work for an hour or so.

Alcorn State student dies when tree falls on car. . . . the historically black college which is almost literally next door to Grand Gulf

Louisiana power outage live data MAP

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