Tropical Storm Lee Floods The South

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Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Water floods a home following heavy rains from Tropical Storm Lee that hit the area September 3, 2011 in Myrtle Grove, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
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Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Plaquemines Parish emergency workers rush to lay out tubes to be filled with water to heighten a levee following heavy rains from Tropical Storm Lee that hit the area September 3, 2011 in Myrtle Grove, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
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(credit: Cheryl Gerber/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Cheryl Gerber/Getty Images)
(credit: Cheryl Gerber/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
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Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
CROWN POINT, LA - SEPTEMBER 04: A man and woman paddle a canoe down a flooded street September 4, 2011 in Crown Point , Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
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(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
CROWN POINT, LA - SEPTEMBER 04: Residents watch flood waters rised around their homes September 4, 2011 in Crown Point , Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
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Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
People drive their Jeep down a flooded street on September 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Michael Enclade, 12, paddles his canoe through flood waters around his neighborhood on September 4, 2011 in Lafitte, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Kids paddle a canoe through flood waters on September 4, 2011 in Lafitte, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
A woman and her daughter look on from their porch at a flooded street on September 4, 2011 in Lafitte, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
A woman and her daughter look on from their porch at a flooded street on September 4, 2011 in Lafitte, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans (credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
<> on September 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
<> on September 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
<> on September 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
A woman and her daughter look on from their porch at a flooded street on September 4, 2011 in Lafitte, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
Parish crews lay down sand bags along a flooded street on September 4, 2011 in Lafitte, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
A boy paddles his canoe through flood waters on September 4, 2011 in Lafitte, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south- central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion towards the north or northwest over the next day.
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
(credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tropical Storm Lee Dumps Heavy Rains Onto New Orleans
A couple hold hands as they walk through flood waters on September 4, 2011 in Crown Point, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned of heavy rain across southeastern and south-central Louisiana and forcasted that the storm would continue its slow, potentially erratic motion toward the north or northwest over the next day.
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