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4:00 PM CDT Wed Jun 21
Location: 28.2°N 93.2°W
Moving: NW at 9 mph
Min pressure: 994 mb
Max sustained: 50 mph

Sand and sandbags still available.

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Tornado Warning
The National Weather Service in New Orleans has Issued A

* tornado Warning For
Northeastern St. John the Baptist Parish in Southeastern
Southeastern Livingston Parish in Southeastern Louisiana
South Central Tangipahoa Parish in Southeastern Louisiana

* At 1253pm CST, a tornado was reported 10 Miles Northeast Of
Laplace, moving Northwest at 25 MPH.

Hazard, tornado.

Source, Radar indicated Rotation.

Impact, Flying Debris will be Dangerous to Those Caught Without
Shelter. Mobile Homes will be Damaged or Destroyed.
Damage to Roofs, Windows, and Vehicles will Occur. Tree
Damage is Likely.

* this tornadic thunderstorm will Remain over Mainly Rural Areas Of
Northeastern St. John the Baptist, Southeastern Livingston And
South Central Tangipahoa Parishes, Including the Following
Locations: Killian.
Take Cover Now! Move to an Interior Room on the Lowest Floor of A
Sturdy Building. Avoid Windows. if you are Outdoors, in a Mobile
Home, or in a Vehicle, Move to the Closest Substantial Shelter And
Protect Yourself from Flying Debris.

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The National Weather Service has Issued tornado watch #359. Until 7pm CST this Evening.

in Southeast Louisiana

St. Bernard
St. Charles
St. James
St. John the Baptist
St. Tammany

this includes the Cities of Amite, Bay St. Louis, Bayou Cane,
Bayou Sorrel, Belle Chasse, Buras, Chalmette, Convent, Covington,
Cut Off, Denham Springs, Destrehan, Diamondhead, Donaldsonville,
East New Orleans, Galliano, Gautier, Gonzales, Gramercy,
Gulfport, Hammond, Houma, Kenner, Labadieville, Lacombe, Laplace,
Larose, Lutcher, Mandeville, Metairie, Moss Point, New Orleans,
Norco, Ocean Springs, Paincourtville, Pascagoula, Pierre Part,
Plaquemine, Pointe a La Hache, Ponchatoula, Port Sulphur,
Prairieville, Raceland, Reserve, Robert, Slidell, St. Martin,
Thibodaux, Violet, Walker, Watson, Waveland, and White Castle.

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Good Morning!

Once again please stay off the roads if possible. The weather may not appear bad to you but many citizens are anxious so it's best to keep the roads clear and also have them clear for emergency vehicles if needed.

Sand locations are the same:

Station 1 - 29758 South Palmetto Street, Walker, LA 70785
Station 2 - 35455 Walker North Road, Walker, LA 70785
Station 3 - 34893 Hwy 1019, Denham Springs, LA 70706
Station 7 - 25110 Walker South Road, LA 70726
Station 9 - 9100 Hillon Hood Road, Denham Springs, LA 70726
Sidney Hutchinson Park (Walker Ball Park) - 13750 Ball Park Road, Walker, LA 70785
Port Vincent Community Center - 18500 Hwy 16, Port Vincent, LA 70726

Remember your local emergency and non emergency numbers:
District 4 Fire Department 225-664-7123
Livingston Homeland Security 225-686-3066
Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office 225-686-2241 Ext 1
Walker Police 225-664-3125

You may call any of the numbers for general questions and concerns but all police, fire, and medical emergency must come through the Livingston Parish Dispatch Center by calling 911 or 225-686-2241 Ext 1.

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