posted on May, 8 2011 @ 05:28 PM
Hello, it all depends on the levee system, if the levees hold it would be great. If not Concordia parish is in big trouble. The parish is encircled
with levees. The main MS river levees are only a foot or two above the projected crest. If you pray, now is a really good time. Not trying to fear
monger though, if the levees hold the line things will seem like mostly, normal high river events, just about six foot more than the standing record
around here. At the very least you should be ready to head for high ground. Things that are not replaceable or valuable should be moved out and soon.
By Wed. we will have a new record river stage and the crest is still eleven days away. I wish I had a house boat, a big one. This map shows Natchez
flooded, the town is built on a hill. Most of Natchez should be ok. Since recording river stages started formally, the river hasn't ever been as high
as it is predicted too be this time. Nobody knows whats going to happen. Worst case, this is a very deadly life changing event. Stay Safe!