Hurricane Henri lashes the U.S. East Coast with fierce winds and heavy rains.  New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency as Hurricane Henri heads to the Northeast coast.
Hurricane Henri lashes the U.S. East Coast with fierce winds and heavy rains. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency as Hurricane Henri heads to the Northeast coast.

Hurricane Henri lashes the U.S. East Coast with fierce winds and heavy rains. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency as Hurricane Henri heads to the Northeast coast.

The National Hurricane Center said that it threatened to hit the region with strong winds and heavy rains. It will cause a life threatening situation with storm surge and heavy flooding.

Hurricane Henri was gathering strong winds up to 75 miles per hour. The U.S. authorities said that with heavy rainfall and strong winds could flood roadways and make it difficult to see when you’re driving on the road throughout this weekend.

They believe this is a major life-threatening situation. So everyone should stay away from these areas to protect life and property from rising water in these dangerous conditions.  The storm can surge from 3 to 5 feet along and is called this very serious storm. The U.S. authorities asked people in these areas to look for shelter.

Expected up to 17 inches of rain in some areas with flash flood warning in the northeast. The National Weather Service believe that the storm, now a tropical depression, was expected to dump another 1 to 3 inches of rain

We saw many recents heatwaves, extreme drought, wildfires, heavy rain, storms, & hurricanes, which’s happening around the world because of climate change.  We can run but we can not hide!

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