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BATON ROUGE, La. — Gov. John Bel Edwards on Sunday declared a state of emergency for Louisiana in advance of Tropical Storm Nicholas, which has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is forecasted by the National Weather Service to bring heavy rains and flash flooding to the state in the coming days. Areas affected by hurricanes Ida and Laura, and flash flooding earlier in the year, could see impacts from the tropical weather. As of 6 p.m. on Sunday, there are still 130,478 power outages in Southeast Louisiana caused by Hurricane Ida.

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SHREVEPORT, La. -  The National Weather Service Office in Shreveport has issued a Heat Advisory for all of East Texas, extreme Southeast Oklahoma and Southwest Arkansas, and Western and Central Louisiana.

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NEW ORLEANS - New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Lafayette and most of south Louisiana were warned Friday of possibly catastrophic effects from winds as high as 140 mph, storm surge as high as 15 feet above ground and almost 2 feet of rain accompanying a Category 4 Hurricane Ida as it headed toward a landfall south of Morgan City on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.