Barry has weakened to tropical depression status. Life-threatening flooding rains are expected to continue into Monday.
At 4:00 p.m. Sunday, it was about 20 miles NNE of Shreveport with maximum sustained winds of 35 mph.
Stay with KTBS 3 News on the air and on-line for continuous updates over the coming days.
There is information available at GOHSEP’s website on protecting you, your home, your business and your pets when a storm strikes. Just click here. Also, visit www.511la.org for road updates. Keep your phones charged and near you while the threat continues in order to receive potential emergency messaging.
- National Weather Service Shreveport
- National Weather Service Hurricane Preparedness
- National Hurricane Center
- Governor's Office of Homeland Security & Emergency
- Louisiana Hurricane Center
- Louisiana Traffic Conditions
- Texas Traffic Conditions
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