During the course of Hurricane Barry's development through the storm's landfall, the StormGeo TropicsWatch team closely monitored the storm — developing real-time, daily video updates with forecasts and expected impacts. Watch the updates below.
Monday, July 15, 2019 | Remnants & Look Back at Hurricane Barry
The remnants of Hurricane Barry at located over western Arkansas. Some lingering gusty winds and heavy rainfall will likely persist across portions of the Mississippi Valley today. We will also take a look back at how the storm developed last week.
Sunday, July 14, 2019 | Tropical Storm Barry
Tropical Storm Barry continues to gradually weaken, as it tracks northward across western Louisiana. We are still forecasting heavy rains, and the potential for significant flooding across Louisiana and Mississippi. This video is the TropicsWatch operational video received by StormGeo clients at 9 AM
Saturday, July 13, 2019 | Hurricane Barry
Tropical Storm Barry has made landfall and continues to move across Louisiana. At landfall, windspeeds were between 70 mph to 75 mph. This video is the operations video made by the TropicsWatch team. These videos are produced every 6 hours during an active storm system. At the time this video was published, Barry was classified as a Tropical Storm, shortly thereafter the Hurricane Center did announce that, at landfall, Barry had reached wind speeds of 75mph, classifying it as a Category 1 hurricane.
Friday, July 12, 2019 | Tropical Storm Barry
Tropical Storm Barry continues to remain poorly-organized. Little additional stengthening is expected up to landfall Saturday morning, with max speeds around 70 mph. The greatest threat from Barry will be significant flooding over parts of southern Louisiana.
Thursday, July 11, 2019 | Tropical Storm Barry
Tropical Disturbance 12 has officially been upgraded to Tropical Storm Barry and continues to intensify. As it moves across the Gulf of Mexico, we're continuing to track the storm to make landfall near Vermilion Bay, Louisiana. The greatest threat from this storm is heavy rainfall, which could be felt from southeast Texas to the western portion of the Florida Panhandle.
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 | Tropical Disturbance 12
Tropical Disturbance 12 has moved into the Gulf of Mexico and is currently located off the coast of the Florida panhandle. It is expected to slowly organize as it moves across the Gulf, and develop into Tropical Storm Barry by Thursday.
Tropical Disturbance 12 is currently located over the panhandle of Florida. It is expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico and become a tropical storm by Thursday. By Saturday, it is expected to make landfall in the regions from Freeport, TX to Pascagoula, MS as a Tropical Storm.
Tropical Disturbance 12 is currently located over the southeastern U.S. It is expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico and become a tropical storm later this week. By Saturday, it is expected to make landfall in the regions from Corpus Christi, TX to Pascagoula, MS.