RACE RELATIONS BLOG: Here we go again, Gulf Coast Region braces for MAJOR HURRICANE (story)

Friday, August 26, 2005

Here we go again, Gulf Coast Region braces for MAJOR HURRICANE (story)



Hurricane Katrina is a very powerful hurricane and continues to strengthen slowly with 100 mph winds with the pressure in the center continuing to fall via reports from the Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunters. This trend is forecast to continue with Katrina likely to reach major hurricane strength by Saturday into Sunday making it a very dangerous storm. This storm has already killed 7 and injured hundreds as it passed over the southern tip of Florida.

This story is of personal significance for me living on the Gulf Coast. So if the site isn't updated for a few days you know why LOL. Here are a few links that stay on my desktop during Hurricane Season. Check them out.

www.hurricanetrack.com
www.geocities.com/tropicwx
www.hurricanetrack.com/webcam
www.weather.com

6 Comments:

Anonymous kd jacobs NYC said...

damn yall are gettin SLAMMED this year

5:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

holy shit that is bad for usa

6:34 PM  
Blogger brother14x said...

God surely hates the South as much as the rest of us...

3:38 AM  
Blogger Cornbread said...

FEEL THE WRATH OF THE ALMIGHTY GOD YOU REBEL REDNECKS!!!

3:29 PM  
Blogger Trae said...

LMAO CORN! OH YEAH BY THE WAY THEO, MOST OF THE BLACK PEOPLE IN THE USA LIVE IN THIS STRIKE AREA

6:56 PM  
Blogger ~JaNeLLaBeLLa~ said...

yeah dont be dumbasses people, this shit is not funny, its real...hope everyone in the zone stays safe and the storm passes without too much damage...

9:43 PM  

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