Baton Rouge picking adult a pieces after serious storms, high winds slice by …

April 28, 2015 - fall Denim

Severe thunderstorms and high winds ripped by Baton Rouge and a Capital Region Monday, flooding streets, bringing down trees and knocking out energy lines. 

Gov. Bobby Jindal announced a state of puncture in a issue of a quick-hitting storms, with Assumption and Lafourche parishes holding a brunt of a damage. The storms stirred a closure of LSU, Southern University and Baton Rouge Community College — as good as a horde of area K-12 schools — and Entergy officials were operative via a night to revive energy to some-more than 159,000 houses and businesses opposite South Louisiana, including some 83,000 in Baton Rouge.

UPDATE: Power still out Tuesday morning for 83,000 Entergy business in Louisiana

Here’s a summation of coverage from NOLA.com:

What schools, businesses are sealed on Tuesday?

Red Cross opens preserve during Woodlawn Baptist Church

Gov. Bobby Jindal declares a state of emergency

Funnel cloud speckled nearby Denham Springs

Severe continue in Baton Rouge: photos, video from amicable media

Thunderstorms whip by Baton Rouge

Entergy operative to revive energy to some-more than 159,000 customers

Lightning strike causes Baton Rouge residence to locate fire

Storm indemnification roof during USS Kidd Museum

Alex Box Stadium shop-worn though Tuesday diversion will go on

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