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Meteorologists: Bermuda and U.S Could Possibly Experience Larry’s Powerful Impact

By Bambam
Despite the fact that Larry is predicted to stay well east of the United States, the strong hurricane is anticipated to pass near Bermuda and AccuWeather meteorologists warn there is a possibility of it making landfall in Atlantic Canada. But, Larry’s impacts will have a wide effect although the storm could possibly stay about hundreds of miles off the Atlantic beaches from Florida to Maine

Multiple Tornadoes From Remnants of Hurricane Ida Rips Across New Jersey

By Bambam
Multiple tornadoes may have occurred in New Jersey as Ida’s remnants caused quick damages in the state Wednesday evening during an intense flash flood, tornado warnings, and severe thunderstorm. The National Weather Service revealed that a 911 call center got a report of notable damages in the Mullica Hill region, several homes were damaged and trees down on Cedar Road.

Hurricane Ida Left Louisiana Residents Scrambling for Power Outage, Limited Supplies and Gas

By Bambam
Gulf Coast residents affected by Hurricane Ida still have a long road to recovery, and presently some families are rushing to buy and store food and gas as supplies in the area become limited. Some parishes gave residents a warning that the power interruption could last not less than one month as the state tries to recover from Tropical Depression Ida (now) which caused landfall in Louisiana on Sunday.

Wrath of Ida Expected to Impact Northeastern US with Severe Flood Risks

By Bambam
Ida is anticipated to keep causing great damages days after it made landfall and over a thousand miles to the northeast of the place it crashed onto the soil in the United States. After the system prompted a severe flood across some places in Tennessee and Ohio valleys, a great amount of rain will fall heavily from parts of the central Appalachians to the mid-Atlantic and New England.

Hurricane Ida is so Powerful, It Reversed the Flow of Mississippi River

By Bambam
Storm surge from Hurricane Ida prompted the Mississippi River to rise by almost seven feet. Both the storm surge and the 150 mph winds are capable of stopping the flow of the river and literally make it move in the opposite direction. The storm surge was so intense to the extent that two ferries separated from their moorings.