Watch the weather, Louisiana – Gulf storm brewing 🌩

NHC Report –

” Heavy rains should also begin to affect portions of the northern Gulf Coast on
Friday. Please consult products from your local meteorological
service for more information.
* Formation chance through 48 hours…high…70 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days…high…90 percent.”

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=2

 

New Orleans Times Picayune

Tropical system could dump 10 inches of rain on New Orleans region this weekend

Heavy rain also could be problem in Baton Rouge

Watching Southern Storms and the Nuke Plants in the Path

Very heavy weather hitting the southeast now.

Flooding can severely impact nuke plants if they should lose power to the control room. They can only rely on back-up generators for a few hours. We will add new info here as it comes in … including outside Louisiana.

ABC – At least 4 dead after reported tornadoes, flooding sweep through the South

WKRN – Severe weather gone, Flood Watch cancelled for Middle Tennessee

FLOOD WARNINGS from WAFB
East Baton Rouge, LAPointe Coupee, LAWest Baton Rouge, LAWest Feliciana, LAWilkinson, MS

RADAR

US WEATHER MAP https://www.accuweather.com/en/us/national/weather-radar#.WpLUDZ7H0mE.twitter

RSOE MAP – 

RIVER STAGES – more links 1/2 way down the right sidebar >

NRC MAP with clickable links to sites

Find a reactor near you by ZIPCODE – Nuclear Reactor Location Map


NUKE ALERT

MICH. – Pallisades and D.C. Cook nuke plants are in a flood area – MAPREPORT

ILL.  – Braidwood and Dresden nuke plants are in flood area – MAPREPORT

On Waterford NPP – Flooding is not a meltdown risk at St. Charles nuclear plant, regulators say (Mar. 1)

Mar. 2 – flooding threat near New Orleans / Waterford NPP 

flooding threat near Baton Rogue / Riverbend NPP

River Stages map – Louisiana

Mar. 4
Philadelphia area Peachbottom NPP and Calvert Cliffs near electric outage area from storms.

NYC – power outages around Indian Point NPP area

Conn. – high storm surge causes flooding near Pilgrim NPP and Seabrook NPP

Mon. & Tues. News

The Advocate Order temporarily blocks burned material from Ebola patient from Louisiana landfill [ in Lake Charles. 170 miles west of Bayou Corne ]


“A Louisiana judge on Monday blocked a Texas company from sending incinerated material from an Ebola victim’s Dallas apartment to Louisiana even though health officials say the burned medical waste poses no risk and a Lake Charles disposal company that was to bury it in a landfill there decided not to.

State Judge Robert Downing, who is sitting in for state District Judge Kay Bates at the 19th Judicial District Court, on Monday signed the temporary restraining order, which in part asks for more information about the safety of the waste.”

Wonder where they will take it.

Sent in: Shreveport, Louisiana LOUD BOOM POSSIBLE Meteor Event