Astronaut Christina Koch captured from ISS the Hurricane Barry over Louisiana, U.S..

Credit: Christina Koch, NASA

Barry weakened Sunday afternoon as it crept over northwestern Louisiana, but the storm was still threatening millions with possible “life-threatening” flooding. As it headed deeper inland, Barry was downgraded to a tropical depression.
However, the Mississippi River has been above almost 5m for 3 straight months, and moost of the city is below sea level. The typhoon is still hovering over the same state where it made landfall last Saturday, dumping tremendous amounts of rain on cities already deluged.

The local scenery on the ground is as follows.

Credit: CNN

Reference: Christina Koch’s Tweet
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