Louisiana Weather: Storms

Louisiana Weather Storms - Politics, Business, Civil, History - Posted: 28th Aug, 2021 - 8:38pm

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Post Date: 30th Apr, 2015 - 3:48pm / Post ID: #

Louisiana Weather: Storms

Louisiana Weather: Storms

Is Meteorology - Climatology a popular subject of study in Louisiana? Who are some of the most known atmospheric sciences people from Louisiana?

In Louisiana which natural occurrence happens the most often: storms, flooding, earthquake, blizzards, drought, heat or cold wave, and so forth?

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2nd May, 2019 - 4:18pm / Post ID: #

Storms Weather Louisiana

The state usually gets storms and tornadoes, and just recently they had the two as well. Because of this, a lot of flooding occurs and all the chaos claimed 2 people's lives last Thursday!

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Post Date: 27th Aug, 2020 - 10:55am / Post ID: #

Louisiana Weather: Storms History & Civil Business Politics

'Catastrophic' Hurricane Laura makes landfall as Category 4 storm in southwestern Louisiana. Laura crashed ashore early Thursday as the strongest August storm in the Gulf of Mexico since the infamous Hurricane Katrina in 2005, bringing an "Unsurvivable" storm surge and “extreme” winds into Louisiana and Texas. Ref. USAToday.

Post Date: 27th Aug, 2021 - 5:56pm / Post ID: #

Storms Weather Louisiana

New Orleans announces evacuations as Ida, now a hurricane, takes aim at Louisiana coast. Ida is forecast to rapidly strengthen in the next two days and could become a major Cat-3 hurricane. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell ordered mandatory evacuations for everyone living outside the city's levee system and voluntary evacuations for the rest of the city. Ref. USAToday.

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Post Date: 28th Aug, 2021 - 7:43pm / Post ID: #

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Storms Weather Louisiana

Louisiana, Gulf Coast brace for ‘extremely dangerous’ Hurricane Ida, expected to roar ashore Sunday as a Category 4 storm. Ida hurtled closer to the Gulf Coast on Saturday, a treacherous storm that could lash Louisiana within 24 hours - 16 years to the day that Katrina delivered its devastating blow. The storm was expected to rapidly intensify before making landfall with 140-mph winds. Source 9f.

28th Aug, 2021 - 8:38pm / Post ID: #

Louisiana Weather: Storms

What is going to come to Louisiana ain't going to be pretty and what a time for all of this… pandemic, economic loss and now a hurricane.

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