Barry Makes Landfall Near Intracoastal City and Weakens to a Tropical Storm




Barry Makes Landfall Near Intracoastal City and Weakens to a Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Barry briefly reached wind speeds of a category 1 hurricane (greater than 74 MPH)  on July 13, 2019, before making landfall near Intracoastal City in South Central Louisiana at approximately 1 p.m. As the storm made landfall it weakened to tropical storm strength (maximum sustained surface wind speed between 39 – 73 MPH).

The Hurricane Watch has been discontinued for the Louisiana coast west of Intracoastal City.

The Hurricane Warning for the Louisiana coast will likely be discontinued later this afternoon as Barry moves farther inland.

For the most up to date information about Tropical Storm Barry visit > Probable Path, Most Likely Arrival Time, and Rainfall Forecast for Hurricane Barry

Approximate location of landfall

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