Went on a tour of the bay of Bay St. Louis, MS this morning with a team of survey engineers assessing Hurricane Isaac’s impact, starting at the Highway 90 Bridge and going south to the Silver Slipper Casino. Several piers washed out, but for the most part, the damage is superficial. Observed several flocks ofContinue reading “Beware of Water Moccasins”
The major broadcasting networks consider shifting resources from GOP Convention in Tampa to New Orleans in advance of Hurricane Isaac’s landfall sometime late Tuesday evening or early Wednesday morning, which is ironically the 7th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Isaac could take direct aim at New Orleans, which is still struggling to fully recover from Katrina which sweptContinue reading “Deja Vu in the Big Easy?”
Almost seven years to the date of Hurricane Katrina, the most destructive natural disaster in American history, Hurricane Isaac is expected to make landfall on the Central Gulf Coast as a Category 2 Hurricane sometime around 7pm tomorrow. The National Hurricane Center Director Rick Knabb and Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant expect Isaac to drive a StormContinue reading “Hurricane Isaac Creates Sense of Angst on Anniversary of Katrina”
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Almost seven years to the date of Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Isaac is expected to impact the Central Gulf Coast as a Category 2 Hurricane sometime Around 7pm on Tuesday, August 28, 2012. http://www.examiner.com/article/isaac-expected-to-impact-the-central-gulf-coast-as-a-category-2-hurricane Residents and vacationers from the Florida Panhandle westward to the Louisiana coastline as far west as Vermilion Bay need to closely monitorContinue reading “Hurricane Isaac To Slam Into Central Gulf Coast”
Isaac Becomes Hurricane as Residents Look to Levee Protection Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/business/bloomberg/article/Isaac-Becomes-Hurricane-as-Residents-Look-to-3821509.php#ixzz26ViRj16i