Destructive category 4 or greater strength winds are likely, bringing about devastating impacts across portions of Southeast Louisiana mainly along and to the west of the I-55 corridor including metro Baton Rouge, western portions of metro New Orleans, and the Houma metropolitan area. In this area, the National Weather Service warns of structural damage to … Read moreHurricane Ida Heads to Louisiana with Epic Storm Surge, Massive Floods, & Destructive Winds.. scary warning from NHC
NYC Emergency management urges preparations for Henri!
Two tropical systems are on a path toward the Gulf of Mexico and could possibly make landfall around the same time in the U.S. early next week.The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center depicts two hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. This is very rare–the most recent example of a double impact … Read moreDOUBLE HURRICANE TROUBLE: A RARE EVENT NOT SEEN SINCE 1933 ABOUT TO UNFOLD AS TWO STORMS GET SET FOR IMPACT ONTO THE MAINLAND USA
Even more reasons to pay attention to the weather this week..
This week: Keep a watchful eye on tropical depression11… It may have land in its sights..
FROM THE NHC: The National Hurricane Center is continuing to monitor an area of disturbed weather in the northwest Caribbean for potential slow development over the next few days as it moves across the Yucatan Peninsula & into the southwestern Gulf of Mexico This may not be what Texas would need if a storm would … Read more
This is a story worth paying close attention to.. If you look at the map, check the city of New Orleans.. this forecast is being made for August 28 2014. The same date as another famous hurricane hit, Katrina in 2005. Could this be a repeat? The path looks frighteningly the same.. The factors are obvious … Read moreKATRINA’S ANNIVERSARY MAY BE MARKED WITH ANOTHER NEW ORLEANS HURRICANE?