Gulf Braces for Heart of Hurricane Season

August 27, 2021

Here we go.

4 Responses to “Gulf Braces for Heart of Hurricane Season”

  1. rhymeswithgoalie Says:

    This monster will probably make a couple of small towns go away, kinda like the wildfires. Louisiana, for three different contributing factors, has been losing land to the Gulf for many decades now.

    • J4Zonian Says:

      Too much meat, fish, and shellfish in the diet, Lamar Smith as head of the science committee, (the damage goes on) and John Kennedy? Or is it the inability to open their mouths when talking?

      • rhymeswithgoalie Says:

        The Louisiana Gulf coast naturally slumps to the sea.

        The Mississippi River flow has been constrained to a single path, starving southern Louisiana swamps of a regular silt supply.

        The entire area has been criss-crossed with canals, including very large ones for oil and gas access, aggravating the erosion of the marshy land. (Saltier water has been moving inland, changing the ecosystem and killing freshwater vegetation.)

        This is why I don’t like southern Louisiana being used as an example of AGW-caused sea-level rise. Use Miami or rocky parts of the coastline along the Atlantic.

  2. Anthony William O'brien Says:

    That got to hurricane strength pretty quickly. Yesterday it was a tropical low. The predictions seem to be worsening too, now expected to be a Cat 4 at landfall. What will it look like tomorrow and what will the predictions be?


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