Emergency officers in St. Landry Parish report one dying and 7 accidents after a potential twister hit early Saturday, Jessie Bellard, parish president, stated in a press release.
On Friday evening, a 48-year-old Shreveport man was killed when a tree fell on a cell residence, the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office stated in a launch.
The best risk for extreme storms has diminished. A degree 2 out of 5 risk nonetheless existed throughout parts of southern Georgia and Florida on Saturday afternoon. A wider degree 1 out of 5 risk extends north into the Ohio River Valley.
By Saturday evening, the extreme risk throughout a lot of the Eastern US will start to decrease.
On Sunday, a degree 2 out of 5 danger for extreme storms continues throughout a lot of central Florida as a line of storms pushes via the area. The largest extreme storm risk shall be potential via the morning hours, when damaging wind gusts would be the foremost hazard; an remoted twister or water spout can’t be dominated out.
Possible twister hits early Saturday
The St. Landry Parish assertion stated a potential twister hit at 2:15 a.m. Saturday, touching down on Bolden Road close to a state wildlife administration space.
“The National Weather Service out of Lake Charles will make a site assessment today and analyze radar damage to determine the size of the possible tornado,” Bellard stated.
Power crews, public works and animal management officers had been “working on debris clearance and restoring power to the area” on Saturday, stated the assertion.
The Shreveport man died when a tree hit his residence Friday evening round 6:30, stated Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator in a information launch.
A neighbor helped a lady out of the house after listening to the tree fall after which referred to as 911, in keeping with the discharge. The girl was not injured.
Sheriff’s deputies reported robust winds in the realm at the time of the incident, stated the discharge.