Nissan Storm Track Map
Increased concentration of nitrogen in Mississippi River water could produce a dead zone the size of New Jersey
Max winds are about 35 mph
First named storm of the 2013 season should reach the Big Bend late today
Emergency Contact Information
State of Louisiana Emergency ManagementWeb site --- Phone: (225) 925-7500
If You Are Stranded
If you are unable to evacuate before the hurricane hits, stay inside. Don't be fooled by the eye of the hurricane and its temporary period of calm weather conditions. The length of time within the eye varies from several minutes to a couple of hours, depending on the size of the storm. Remember, the larger and more intense the hurricane, the larger the eye. Stay away from windows and glass doors. You could be struck by flying debris. Continue to listen to your radio for hurricane updates and emergency information.
After A Disaster
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