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tropical storm berry continued to pound Louisiana on Sunday threatening tornadoes and dumping more than a foot of rain in some parts of the state where officials were still warning of life threatening flooding we are quite concerned about the storm it remains a very dangerous storm particular were the guard to the mount of water %HESITATION that could be dropped in those areas in an already full river basin the U. S. Coast Guard rescued at least eleven people on Saturday after the storm made landfall as a category one hurricane , since weakened to a tropical storm but was still creeping north through western Louisiana low lying New Orleans saw a light rain on Sunday morning and churches and some businesses were open as Reuters reporter Colin eaten we're here in New Orleans on Bourbon street the city seems to have been spared the worst of hurricane very residents have been hunkering down with some tourists have been trickling out some are disappointed that site seem to be close but there are some restaurants open here %HESITATION some have remained open through the storm true to the spirit of the area more rain was expected to raise the all ready flooded Mississippi River but not above the levees tens of thousands remain without power and Louisiana's National Guard had some three thousand soldiers deployed to help residents around the state