Hurricane Laura: A Flood in Louisiana, United States

Hurricane Laura hit the US state of Louisiana. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) said there was flooding due to the storm. Hurricane Laura, which is moving off the coast with a wind speed of 240 kmph, is expected to cause severe tidal surge. The British media BBC reported this.

The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however, no tsunami warning was issued. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however, no tsunami warning was issued.
According to the BBC, if the winds continue, the hurricane may become the strongest storm in the US hitting the Gulf of Mexico.
The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however, no tsunami warning was issued. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however, no tsunami warning was issued.
The NHC said the tornado caused havoc in Cameroon, a small town in Louisiana, in the afternoon just a day before local time.
The report states that five million residents have already been evacuated from parts of Louisiana and Texas. More than 190,000 homes in Louisiana were without electricity on Thursday. Texas has more than 45,000 homes without electricity.
Earlier, Laura and another hurricane, Marco, killed at least 24 people in the Caribbean. Marco has already collided with Louisiana in the United States. However, Marco has already weakened and turned into a tropical storm.
The evacuation of people from coastal areas is being hampered by the coronovirus epidemic. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has called for able families to take refuge in hotels and motels to ensure social distance.

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