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Sugar cane along La. 182 in Bayou Vista shows minor wind damage.
—The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears

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A mail receptacle in Bayou Vista fell over from the rain and wind.
—The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears

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As would be expected with any wind event, some trailers had skirting blown off.
—The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears

Tri-City area damage seems minimal

As daylight and the curfew makes travel possible, a quick look around the Bayou Vista and Berwick area showed minimal Hurricane Laura damage.

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Bring tender container plants under shelter and cover them during hard freezes. Be sure any covering extends to the ground. Remember to remove the covering when the weather warms.
—LSU AgCenter/ Heather Kirk-Ballard photo

Get it Growing: What to do with plants after a freeze

We have had our first hard freeze, in fact we broke low temperature records dating back to 1907.

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