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Hurricane Warning as Tropical Storm Barry Heads for Gulf Coast

A hurricane warning was in effect Thursday as Tropical Storm Barry, threatening as much as 20 inches of rain and dangerous storm surges, headed for a likely Friday night collision with the Louisiana coast. Full Story

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We in New Orleans are preparing for a “what if the power goes out Shabbos” and praying that the electricity stays on so food doesn’t spoil. We are used to power outages during heavy rain and wind and so far Barry doesn’t seem to be a very strong threat although we do take serious precautions such as stocking up on batterties and following the news. From Katrina we learned what we need to always be ready for possiblee emergencies. Erev Shabbos and Erev Yom Tov the hardest thing is being cut off from current news but somehow we manage. Hopefully… Read more »

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