Almost 15 years ago to the day, just three days shy (Hurricane Katrina, August 29, 2005), another historic hurricane hits Louisiana.
Hurricane Laura was a Category 4 when it made landfall, but the good news is, Cameron was not in a well populated area in southwest Louisiana, fairly distant from New Orleans and other major cities; however, several oil rigs there.
Thus far, however, it appears less damaging and has been downgraded to a 2 - but it's often the storm surge and levies not holding, later, that causes most of the damage, so keep praying - hitting the city of Lake Charles now.
Last thing anyone needs, there - still a hot spot for COVID.
You may think you were hit hard by COVID, but can you imagine a Category 4 hurricane on top of being a hot spot for COVID?
Here is the front page of NOLA.com (the Times-Picayune and The Advocate newspapers in New Orleans) mentioning both ...