The pressure is on! All eyes on the Gulf of Mexico as a future hurricane that will be named Ida could spell trouble

Developing storm system in the Gulf of Mexico is poised to cause worry over the next several days. Most forecast bring what will be known as hurricane ETA to land on or around August 30, insolently this is the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in generally the same area.Developing storm system in the Gulf of Mexico is poised to cause worry over the next several days. Most forecast bring what will be known as hurricane ETA to land on or around August 30, insolently this is the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in generally the same area.

If model projections are correct, this storm could be above a category three at a certain point and potentially even that strong when landfall occurs.

Even more, there are some forecasts that put Ida to have an incredibly low pressure, marking the chance that the storm will become a major hurricane for wherever it strikes.

With several more days to go, all along the gulf coast from Texas to Florida should be on alert, have hurricane and weather related materials and supplies available, and be prepared to leave if necessary.

Don’t forget, the area where the storm will hit or also places that have been exceptionally devastated in July and August by COVID-19. Hospitals are already reportedly overrun in so many rural and metropolitan areas because of the virus, the impact of the storm is going to create a true and deep crisis especially if already exacerbated medical professionals will have to treat victims of a natural disaster.

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