Tropical Storm Lee is slowly making its way across the Gulf Coast, making landfall in southern Louisiana.

FOX News Radio's Eben Brown has more from Miami:

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As the storm makes its way very slowly in from the coast, concerns are also slowly easing about the threat of flooding in New Orleans.

FOX's Casey Stegall is in New Orleans and says the city's levees and pumps are working well so far, though two suburbs are seeing flood damage:

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FOX News Meteorologist Rick Reichmuth points out it's not all bad news with the storm, as some much-needed relief is coming to some areas:

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Louisiana isn't the only state feeling the effects of Lee.

FOX's Elizabeth Prann is in Biloxi, Mississippi:

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Half of the Gulf of Mexico's normal daily oil production has been cut.  This, as oil companies scramble to evacuate personnel from rigs in the storm's path.

Meanwhile, Katia is a hurricane once again, rapidly strengthening from a tropical storm to a Category 2 hurricane in just a matter of hours.  And with further strengthening into a major Category 3 hurricane forecast, Irene-weary East Coasters are keeping an eye on Katia.

FOX News Meteorologist Rick Reichmuth says it's not time to worry just yet:

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