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after eight inches of rain in just three hours this is what New Orleans look like on Wednesday and officials fear it's about to get a lot worse , a city is preparing for what could be the first hurricane of twenty nineteen Louisiana governor John bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency entire coastal area of Louisiana is that play a large storm churning in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to make landfall bike late Friday or early Saturday the storm is expected to drop another ten to fifteen inches of rain from West Texas through New Orleans and the Louisiana coast and if it reaches wind speeds of seventy four miles per hour as expected it'll be known as hurricane berry says Canal Street residents and tourists have been getting a taste of what's expected , pretty crazy telling about book next flight back to Australia mandatory evacuations have been ordered in some parts of New Orleans with official saying the hurricane could overflow some sections of the levee system of the Mississippi River , residents have been advised to stock up on food and water and stay off the roads as the city prepares for the coming storm