Sept. 21 @ 7:30 a.m. – TS Beta Phase 1 Storm Watch, Update 4
GLPC STORM WATCH
Tropical Storm Beta
Monday, September 21, 2020
GLPC remains in Storm Watch phase, monitoring the weather associated with Tropical Storm Beta.
Roadway conditions on LA 1 between Leon Theriot Lock in Golden Meadow and Leeville are improving, with storm waters receding after high tide, but have not yet been deemed safe for passage by Louisiana State Police.
LA 1 south of the Leon Theriot Lock in Golden Meadow will reopen when passage is safe and roadways are clear.
GLPC Harbor Police, Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office and Louisiana State Police are on scene and will continue to monitor water levels and roadway conditions and will send out updates as they become available.
POSSIBLE IMPACTS IN THE PORT FOURCHON AREA:
- RAINFALL: Potential for prolonged rainfall of 3-5 inches through Wednesday, with locally higher amounts possible. Slow movement of this system could create significant rainfall and associated flooding threats.
- TIDES: Elevated tides are affecting low-lying portions of the area.
- WINDS: Strong winds possible.
- ROADWAYS: Roads are currently closed to vehicular traffic below the Leon Theriot Lock in Golden Meadow.
WARNINGS, WATCHES, & ADVISORIES (Updated 9/21/2020 @ 7:00 AM):
- Flash Flood Watch in effect for Lafourche Parish through Wednesday evening.
- Coastal Flood Advisory in effect for Lafourche Parish.
- Wind Advisory in effect for Lafourche Parish.
NOTIFICATIONS AND WEATHER INFORMATION:
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Visit the Port Commission’s WEATHER & STORM INFO webpage for links to current storm information, helpful storm prep information and resources, and contact updating forms.
We will continue to evaluate the threat this weather poses and keep you updated with any developing weather-related issues.