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Here's what to expect in your parish from Hurricane Ida

All of Southeast Louisiana should prepare for major hurricane impacts within the next 12 hours.

NEW ORLEANS — Here are the expected impacts by different parishes as Hurricane Ida heads our way.

Most impacts will start by Sunday and linger into Monday. These threats are based on the current forecast and could change. Check back frequently.

New Orleans Metro

(Orleans, Upper Jefferson, Upper St. Bernard, Upper Plaquemines)

  • Wind: 100-110 mph, gusts to 130 mph
  • Storm surge: 5-8 feet for Lake Pontchartrain.
  • Storm Surge: 8-12 feet outside hurricane protection levee in Orleans
  • Rainfall: Around 8-12"
  • Few tornadoes possible

St. Tammany

  • Wind: 60-70 mph, gusts to 85 mph
  • Storm surge: 6-8 feet for Lake Pontchartrain
  • Rainfall: Around 8-12"
  • Few tornadoes possible

Lower Plaquemines & East St. Bernard

  • Wind: 120-140 mph, gusts to 170+ mph
  • Storm surge: 11-13 feet east bank & 12-16 feet west bank
  • Rainfall: Around 6-10"
  • Few tornadoes possible

Lower Jefferson

  • Wind: 140-150 mph, gusts to 180+ mph
  • Storm surge: 12-16 feet
  • Rainfall: Around 8-15"
  • Few tornadoes possible

Terrebonne & Lafourche

  • Wind: 140-150 mph gust to 180+ mph (along coast)
  • Storm surge: 12-16 feet
  • Rainfall: Around 8-12"
  • Few tornadoes possible

St. Charles, St. James, St. John, Assumption

  • Wind: 90-110 gust to 120+ mph
  • Storm surge: 5-8 feet for Lake Pontchartrain and 4-6 Lake Maurepas
  • Rainfall: Around 10-12” few sports around 15 inches
  • Few tornadoes possible

Hancock and Pearl River counties, MS

  • Wind: 50-60 mph, gusts to 80 mph
  • Storm surge: 7-11 feet
  • Rainfall: Around 5-10"
  • Few tornadoes possible

Washington

  • Wind: 50-60 mph, gusts to 75 mph
  • Rainfall: 5-8"
  • Few tornadoes possible

Tangipahoa

  • Wind: 75-85, gusts to 100 mph
  • Storm surge: 5-8 feet for Lake Pontchartrain and 4-6 Lake Maurepas
  • Rainfall: 10-12"
  • Few tornadoes possible

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