Ida hit Louisiana and New Orleans really hard with over a million people without power, heavy rain, storm surge and caused so much flooding in Louisiana, New Orleans, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland
Ida hit Louisiana and New Orleans really hard with over a million people without power, heavy rain, storm surge and caused so much flooding in Louisiana, New Orleans, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland

Ida hit Louisiana and New Orleans really hard with over a million people without power, heavy rain, storm surge and caused so much flooding in Louisiana, New Orleans, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland

With recent Hurricane Henri lashes the U.S. East Coast with fierce winds and heavy rains. Then, now Ida made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane.  The storm with 150 mph winds stretched across 45 miles and destroyed countless homes and businesses and caused so much flooding everywhere.

The weather forecasters predict that the state will see an extreme heatwave up to 106 degrees in the coming days. The National Weather Service warns the area of southwestern Mississippi, southeastern Louisiana and New Orleans to prepare for the high heat. They recommend those under heatwave areas to stay hydrated and away from the sun.

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