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NU Online News Service, Aug. 12, 12:47 p.m. EDT

A tropical depression did not intensify into a tropical storm before making landfall along the Gulf Coast over southeastern Louisiana, but the slow-moving system will continue to dump rain on the region through Friday evening, reports indicate.

“Radar images have shown that heavy rain associated with the system has already moved into Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana–mainly between Myrtle Grove and Point a la Hache,” according to catastrophe modeler Risk Management Solutions (RMS). “A flood advisory is in effect for Plaquemines Parish in southeast Louisiana,” including the city of Port Sulphur, RMS added.

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