Tue. Sep 27th, 2022

End up to 150 mph are now moving onto Louisianas coast.Hurricane Ida is now 50 miles south-southeast of Grand Isle, Louisiana, moving northwest at 15 mph.A severe wind warning has actually been released for parts of southern Louisiana, consisting of Houma, Louisiana, about 60 miles southwest of New Orleans.Hurricane Ida tornado watch.Winds are currently gusting to 120 miles per hour on the edge of the state, and rains rates of 3 inches per hour or more are now moving into Louisiana.Widespread devastating winds of 115 miles per hour to 150 mph with “swaths of tornado-like damage” will be spread out across St. Bernard Parish, St. Charles Parish, Terrebonne Parish, Lafourche Parish, Jefferson Parish and Plaquemines Parish, according to the National Weather Service.Residents who did not leave are advised to take cover in a reinforced interior room away from windows or under a table or other strong piece of furniture with mattresses and blankets covering their face and body.-ABC News Dan Manzo

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