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Watch live newscasts, get breaking news and sign up for push alerts – download now. Hurricane Marco was a Category 3 hurricane that struck Mexico in the midst of October. Tropical Storm Laura is following a similar path, with the latest NHC forecast showing Laura barreling toward Louisiana as a hurricane Wednesday into Thursday. “It, unfortunately, might peak in intensity about landfall. And there’s one long-term possibility that adds to the risk. “What we know is there’s going to be storm surge from Marco, we know that that water is not going to recede hardly at all before Laura hits, and so we’ve not seen this before and that’s why people need to be paying particular attention,” Louisiana Gov. If that happens, Laura could hit further west in the Gulf, possibly into Texas instead of Louisiana, Klotzbach said. After moving inland, Marco is expected to slow down and turn toward the northwest and west-northwest Monday night and Tuesday, moving across southern Louisiana into east Texas. In Venice, a fishing town on the Mississippi River, shrimper Acy Cooper was up early Sunday to move his three shrimp boats from the harbor into the bayous nearby to ride out the storm. Another potential hurricane, Tropical Storm Laura, lashed the Dominican Republic and Haiti, and was tracking toward the same region of the U.S. coast, carrying the risk of growing into a far more powerful storm. Hurricane force wind probablities from the National Hurricane Center's Friday 5 p.m. advisory. View Tropical Storm Laura as of 5 p.m. on Aug. 21, 2020. NEW ORLEANS (AN/WNCN) – Tropical Storm Marco made landfall near the mouth of the Mississippi River around 7 p.m., according to the National Hurricane Center. Category 3 hurricane (major hurricane): 111 to 129 mph Tropical Storm Laura is expected to strengthen into a Category 2 hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico this week. by: REBECCA SANTANA, JEFF MARTIN and SETH BORENSTEIN Associated Press, CBS 17 Digital Desk. An 'extremely active' hurricane season: Up to 25 named storms are possible, NOAA says. Not likely, NOAA says, Tracking the Tropics: How storms get their names; checking on recovery after Delta, Hurricane Delta adds insult to injury in hurricane-ravaged Louisiana, Drone video shows massive flooding after 10-12 ft storm surge from Hurricane Delta in Louisiana, Delta makes landfall in southwest Louisiana as Category 2 storm, Man shot during attempted carjacking in 2nd Durham shooting in 2 hours, 2-year-old shot in leg, teen arrested, Goldsboro police say, Biden delivers message of hope, unity during campaign stop in Durham, Despite past Democratic wins, Trump making a play for Nevada with 2nd visit in 2 months, Catch this! If it hits Louisiana that would break the record for two named storms hitting the state so close together. It weakened below hurricane status early on October 20, below tropical storm status the next day, and then degenerating to a remnant low at 1200 UTC that day. Any storm system that sits over the city and dumps rain for extended periods of time, or bands of rain that come in rapid succession, is a cause for concern. But those winds are likely to be gone a couple days later when Laura ventures to the central Gulf, where the usually bathtub-warm water is a degree or 2 (0.5 to 1 degree Celsius) warmer than normal, Klotzbach said.

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