Barry Downgraded To Tropical Depression

Barry Downgraded To Tropical Depression


OLDER AND SMELL THE FUMES. — ODOR. IT WAS INSPECTED AND ALLOWED TO GO ON. TROPICAL STORM BARRY HAS BEEN DOWNGRADED, BUT FLOODING IS STILL A THREAT, US BARKING TORNADO WATCHES AND WARNINGS AS IT HEADS NORTH, HILLARY LANE HAS MORE FROM NEW ORLEANS, A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE BREATHING A SIGH OF RELIEF. WE ABSOLUTELY MADE IT THROUGH THE STORM. Reporter: THE BIG EASY HAD IT RELATIVELY EASY. BEYOND LUCKY, WE WERE SPARED, AS THOSE BANDS MOVED CLOSER TO NEW ORLEANS, IT SEEMS TO GO AROUND US. Reporter: LATOYA CANTRELL HELD HER FINAL NEWS CONFERENCE ABOUT THE STORM, WHICH PUT THE CITY OF LOUISIANA — NEW ORLEANS AND OTHER AREAS ON WARNING. WEAKENING FROM THE BRIEF TIME AS A CATEGORY ONE HURRICANE ON SATURDAY, WITH THE GOAL STATES HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT FLOODING, POTENTIAL TORNADOES AND POWER OUTAGES. THE TROPICAL STORM THREAT AS YOU KNOW IS OVER. BUT RAIN REMAINS A POSSIBILITY. Reporter: EVEN THOUGH NEW ORLEANS IS UNDER A FLOOD WATCH, ENGINEERS HAVE OPENED UP THE FLOODGATES BEHIND ME, CONSTRUCTED AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA TO PREVENT WIDESPREAD FLOODING. AND THESE WOMEN WHO WERE IN TOWN FOR A SORORITY CONVENTION SAY IT WORKED OUT AFTER THE EVENT WAS CUT TODAY SHORT. KEEPING A SAFE, HEALTHY, TOGETHER, ENJOYING THAT. Reporter: CUTTING RAINFALL ESTIMATES THROUGH THE DAY TO BETWEEN 2-4 INCHES, FAR BELOW

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