Archive | August, 2017

Latest Update on Tropical Storm Harvey

Tropical Storm Harvey has moved north of the Greater New Orleans area and there are no additional impacts expected; however, Bayou Segnette Sector Gate remains closed. The water levels are falling slowly and the Southeast Flood Protection Authority-West (SLFPA-W) will likely open the gate by tomorrow. The Harvey Sector Gate at Lapalco also remains closed, […]

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SLFPA-W Continues to Monitor Tropical Storm Harvey

The Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-West (SLFPA-W) continues to monitor Tropical Storm Harvey for possible effects on West Bank residents and businesses. Tropical Storm Harvey made landfall this morning south of Lake Charles and its current path favors less rain than anticipated for the Greater New Orleans area. The Bayou Segnette Sector Gate was closed […]

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SLFPA-W Continues to Monitor Tropical Storm Harvey

I The Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-West (SLFPA-W) continues to monitor Tropical Storm Harvey for possible effects on West Bank residents and businesses. Tropical Storm Harvey has re-entered the Gulf of Mexico with 40 mile per hour winds and is expected to make its second landfall between Galveston and Port Arthur, Texas, Wednesday morning. Tropical […]

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SLFPA-W Continues to Monitor Hurricane Harvey

Effects on the West Bank of Jefferson and Algiers will entail mostly heavy rain. The National Weather Service is still predicting 4 to 6 inches of rain as well as tides 2 to 3 feet above normal. Due to impact Hurricane Harvey might have on our residents and businesses, the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-West (SLFPA-W) […]

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Tropical Storm Harvey Update

The Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority – West is keeping track of Tropical Depression Harvey. Harvey is expected to slowly intensify over the next couple of days until landfall later on Friday. Expect between 4 to 6 inches of rain between Saturday and Tuesday and tides 1 to 2 feet above normal. We will continue […]

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