Tropical Storm Barry dropped heavy rain over parts of the Lower Mississippi River Valley on Sunday. The wind speed gradually decreased as Barry moved farther inland on Sunday and it was classified as a tropical depression on Sunday evening. At 11:00 p.m. EDT on Sunday the center of Tropical Depression Barry was located at latitude 33.5°N and longitude 93.5°W which put it about 70 miles (110 km) north of Shreveport, Louisiana. Barry was moving toward the north at 12 m.p.h. (19 km/h). The maximum sustained wind speed was 30 m.p.h. (50 km/h) and there were wind gusts to 40 m.p.h. (65 km/h). The minimum surface pressure was 1008 mb.
Several rainbands in the southern and eastern portions of the circulation around former Tropical Storm Barry dropped persistent heavy rainfall on Sunday. One rainband developed in an arc that ran from near Beaumont/Port Arthur, Texas to near Alexandria, Louisiana. A weather station in Beaumont/Port Arthur measured 4.21 inches (10.69 cm) of rain. A second rainband stretched from south of Abbeville, Louisiana to west of Baton Rouge. A weather station in Abbeville measured 4.29 inches (10.90 cm) of rain and a station in Lafayette recorded 3.68 inches (9.34 cm). A third rainband dropped heavy rain over parts of Mississippi. A weather station in Hattiesburg, Mississippi measured 4.06 inches (10.31 cm) of rain. A fourth rainband dropped heavy rain over parts of western Alabama.
The center of Tropical Depression Barry is forecast to move north-northeast across Arkansas on Monday. Bands of showers and thunderstorms in the eastern side of the circulation around Barry are likely to drop heavy rain over parts of Mississippi, eastern Arkansas, eastern Louisiana, western Alabama and western Tennessee on Monday. Flash flooding could occur in some locations.