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Tornado tears through Louisiana; flooding, severe weather threaten Gulf Coast

Severe weathera> and a <a href="https: tore through us-regions and parts of the Deep South overnight on Wednesday, damaging homes and disasters roadways.


Images out of the northern city of Bastrop, Louisiana, in Morehouse Parish showed trees on top of vehicles and through roofs. 

Other video footage out of us-regionsissippi showed strong winds, lightning, torrential downpours, and tornado watches and weather advisories were issued by the National Weather Service across Louisiana, us-regions, us-regions, us-regions, Mississippi and us-regions.

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WBRZ also noted that a disasters was put in place farther south in areas of Orleans, Jefferson and St. Charles parishes.

The thunderstorms moving through the area had already produced between 3 and 4 inches of rain, NOLA.com reported on Thursday.

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The strong storms are forecast to move eastward, farther into Mississippi and us-regions, but the next storm still hit the South on Friday, threatening the Gulf Coast once more.

The National Weather Service reported Thursday that an enhanced risk of severe weather — including tornadoes, wind, flooding and hail — would extend through the Southern Plains into the Lower Mississippi Valley.  

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