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Overflight of damage around Cameron:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ku6AvbO ... e=youtu.be

From the video it looks like the surge really nailed the wildlife refuges and more rural areas, but sadly there are definitely some small towns that got wiped out pretty badly.
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I dont recall how many thousands of cattle were in an area supposed to be flooded and they couldn't remove them.

Some of those stilt house seemed to fair pretty well. I would have thought up in the air like that they'd be blown away. But now they are surrounded by water. Hope the ytied a boat wit ha strong line in their yard. Might look funny but now it would be floating and handy for food trips.
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Now it's just getting crazy:
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When hurricanes are flying in formation toward your shores, worry.

Also, if I'm reading that map correctly, the X-Men are right in the middle of it all.
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Parents in Panama City are being told to expect 5-7” of rain during the rest of the week.

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Sally hit the coast at Gulf Shores, AL as a category 2. Nasty nasty scene there.

My parents are just 20 miles north of there, with the eye crawling north-northeast.
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TS Beta
The outer bands of Tropical Storm Beta, one of several storms creating a record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season, are lashing the Texas coast.

Official landfall is forecast to be very late Monday or early Tuesday, but Texans should prepare for tropical storm conditions late Sunday through early Monday.

Already, Beta is bringing tropical storm conditions to parts of the southwestern Louisiana coast.

A storm surge warning is also in effect from Port Aransas, Texas, to the Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge in Louisiana, where 2 to 4 feet of storm surge is possible.
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A total of 8 to 12 inches of widespread rain is forecast, and isolated rainfall of up to 20 inches is possible from the middle of the Texas coast to southern Louisiana through Thursday.

In Galveston, Texas, the worst flooding could come Monday morning, with high tide, officials said./quote]

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Zombie storms now . Thanks 2020.
Paulette formed earlier in September as one of the five active tropical cyclones brewing in the Atlantic Ocean. It was only the second time in history that many storms had existed simultaneously.
Hurricane Paulette made landfall in Bermuda as a Category 1 and strengthened to a Category 2 over the island on September 14. The storm then lost speed and lost its tropical storm status, downgraded to a post-tropical low-pressure system.

The storm formerly known as Paulette stewed for five and a half days. That is, until this week.
Paulette regained strength and became a tropical storm once more on Monday, according to the National Hurricane Center. Paulette reappeared Monday about 300 miles off the coast of the Azores islands.
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