Hurricanes hit the United States : Emergency on the coast
Published : Saturday, 13 July, 2019 at 6:06 PM
Seasonal storm 'Barry' is heading towards Louisiana, the southeastern coastal state of the United States. Saturday (July 13th) the strongest local time in the morning could hit the coast with Hurricane's strength, the Meteorological Department of the Meteorological Department said. Due to the heavy rainfall in various areas, due to heavy rainfall, the danger could be created in different areas. Trump administration has issued an emergency in the state to avoid potential losses due to the intensity of the upcoming storm. As part of which the rescue workers have moved more than 10 thousand people safely out of the coastal area. Besides, the overall situation is monitoring the US Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency. On the other hand, the Meteorologists warn the coastal people, Louisiana is going to strike in the first hour of Saturday, a powerful hurricane called 'Barry'. Due to heavy rains, the area will be created in the flood situation. Meanwhile, due to thunderstorms, the rain started with water, and the water started to land in different areas of the coast. National Hurricane Center director Kane Graham said, "The storm in the New Orleans city of Louisiana is suspected to be due to the storm and heavy rains. Risks of floods caused by slow-stormed storms are more. It is estimated that the rainfall may be recorded for up to 63 cm. According to the US Department of Meteorology, this 'Barry' is the second marine storm to hit the current season. The Mississippi river flowing over Louisiana is nearing the danger zone. Due to that the water of the river is likely to increase 20 feet soon, which is the highest since 1950.