Hurricane Ida live stream: Watch as the ‘very deadly’ Category 4 storm makes landfall in New Orleans.
Hurricane Ida live stream: Follow the hurricane as it makes landfall in New Orleans as a ‘very deadly’ Category 4 storm.
HURRICANE IDA has made landfall in Louisiana, passing directly over New Orleans as a Category 4 storm. You can watch a live video of the massive rain and wind gusts on New Orleans streets as the “extremely dangerous” hurricane moves further onshore.
Hurricane Ida has made landfall in Louisiana, with winds gusting to 240 km/h in New Orleans. You can witness live happenings on Bourbon Street in the beachfront city as the rain continues to fall heavily.
As a result of Hurricane Ida, tens of thousands of people have been forced to escape Louisiana.
The hurricane was more strong than Hurricane Katrina in 2005 when it made landfall on Sunday night.
Ida had been gaining strength over the Gulf of Mexico over the past few days.
When it made landfall in New Orleans on Sunday, it was classified as a Category 4 hurricane, with wind gusts just shy of a terrifying Category 5 storm.
Ida made ashore at Port Fourchon around 7 p.m. UK time.
As a Category 4 hurricane, buildings and infrastructure are expected to be severely damaged.
A life-threatening storm surge is expected to pound the Mississippi River’s beaches near New Orleans, according to experts.
As the Category 4 storm approaches, authorities have issued an urgent plea to the public, urging people to stay home at all costs.
On Sunday afternoon, the National Weather Service in New Orleans tweeted, “If you are sheltering in place, move to an inner room of your house.”
“Prepare to sleep for the next 24 hours. Conditions will deteriorate throughout the day as #Ida makes landfall!
“DO NOT EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY E DO NOT EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY E Maintain your stance.
“In the eye, a more elliptical shape with multiple vortices is seen. As a result, there is a larger probability of destructive winds. The Extreme Wind Warning remains in effect. Stay safe by hunkering down.”
Ida is expected to move slightly north west after landfall.
It will move directly over Baton Rouge all day Monday, and by dusk, it will have reached the Mississippi border.
The city of Jackson may be bracing for high winds and rain by Tuesday morning.
The hurricane is anticipated to impact Tennessee on Wednesday morning.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has issued storm surge advisories for parts of Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida.
The mouth’s water level could rise to as high as 16 feet. “Brinkwire News in a Nutshell.”