The state of Florida is only just recovering from the hottest June on record.
The National Hurricane Center said could lead to "dangerous, life-threatening flooding" over portions of the central Gulf Coast into the Lower Mississippi Valley.
The storm is expected to become a Category 1 hurricane on Friday night before making landfall. Rain and flooding are the biggest factors from this storm, experts say.
The storm was forecasted to bring heavy rain, strong wind and life-threatening storm surges to areas of Louisiana.
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The storm is expected to form into a Category 1 hurricane and make landfall late Friday night or early Saturday morning along Louisiana's southern coastline.
The Mississippi River is almost at flood stage already, and Barry is expected to bring a storm surge up to 5 feet this weekend, which could wreak havoc in the Crescent City.
Reports of mosquitoes three times bigger than normal emerged soon after Hurricane Florence passed.
Severe flooding, heavily damaged buildings, uprooted trees and downed power lines appeared widespread in coastal areas near the storm's landfall.
Michael tore through Mexico Beach in the Florida panhandle with winds of up to 155 mph.
The storm was expected to make landfall Wednesday.
Leslie is the 12th named storm to form in the Atlantic during the 2018 hurricane season.
A new study shows climate change and reduced aerosols could have been contributing factors to the intensity of the storms.
The White House fact sheet that detailed the amount spent on recovery came after Donald Trump had repeatedly questioned the death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
FEMA and the National Guard use the maps to help assess damage and do rescue missions.