Saturday, August 22, 2020

"Heads Up" For Louisiana and Mississippi

I just finished looking at additional data and, if it were me, and I lived in a county/parish along or south of I-10 between the Alabama border and Lafayette, I'd be making a hotel reservation well inland and getting out.

Here's why: even if Marco and Laura do not move over exactly the same area, Marco will cause heavy rain that will destabilize trees. Then, when Laura comes along with heavy rain and even higher winds, there will be trees blown over on buildings and extensive power failures.

Again, this is me but I'd be working on an escape plan and a "go bag."

Some Louisiana hurricane statistics:

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