Severe Weather Across Southeast Louisiana
March 29, 2011
A warm front moved out of the Gulf of Mexico across Southeast Louisiana during the afternoon hours of Wednesday, March 29th. Thunderstorms developed along the warm front that became severe in intensity, producing numerous reports of large hail, very high winds and isolated tornadoes.
NWS survey teams from WFO New Orleans/Baton Rouge found 2 separate short-lived weak tornado tracks - an EF1 in Delacroix and a EF0 in Edgard. In addition, a large swath of straight line wind damage occurred across portions of the West Bank of the Greater New Orleans Area.
Click here for Summary Local Storm Report for the entire event.
A snap shot of a funnel cloud near Edgard, LA on March 29, 2011 (behind building right of center)