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Monday, 30 August 2021

Signs and wonders! Katrina, Gustav, Isaac, Harvey and now Ida have all made landfall on the 29th of August! Ida, the slow-moving hurricane has knocked out all power to New Orleans and has left "catastrophic transmission damage," according to Entergy New Orleans.

NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured Hurricane Ida in the Gulf of Mexico on Aug. 28, 2021.
The Category 4 hurricane is bringing winds of up to 150 miles per hour.

It was 16 years to the day since Katrina devastated Louisiana in the Gulf Of Mexico when category 3 Hurricane, Ida made landfall yesterday. The slow-moving hurricane has knocked out all power to New Orleans and has left "catastrophic transmission damage," according to Entergy New Orleans.

Video shows damage scenes from all over Louisiana after Hurricane Ida pummeled the state. Heavy winds uprooted trees, tore off roofs, and nearly knocked a meteorologist off his feet.

Signs and wonders! Katrina, Gustav, Isaac, and Harvey all made landfall on the 29th of August

August the 29th, the date Harvey made landfall is not the first time this date caused unprecedented damage to the deep south of the US.
Hurricane Katrina made its third landfall, near the Mississippi/Louisiana border on August the 29th 2005, see below.
Approximately 1.5 million people were evacuated from the damaged areas in Louisiana, roughly 1 million have applied for hurricane-related federal aid, 30,000 are in out-of-state shelters, 46,400 are in state shelters and 972 people have perished in the storm.
The official death toll was upgraded to 1,836 with more than 2,500 still missing. State-by-State death tolls: Louisiana 1,577, Mississippi 238, Florida 14, Alabama 2, Georgia 2, Tennessee 1, Kentucky 1.

Hurricane Isaac was a deadly and destructive tropical cyclone that came ashore in the U.S. state of Louisiana in August 2012.
Isaac turned towards the west-northwest and entered a region favorable for intensification; it passed over Haiti and Cuba at strong tropical storm strength.
An intensification of the ridge of high pressure to the cyclone's north caused it to turn westward over the Florida Keys by August 26, and Isaac entered the eastern Gulf of Mexico the following day. Gradual intensification occurred, in which the system reached its peak intensity of 80 mph (130 km/h) prior to making two landfalls, both at the same intensity, on the coast of Louisiana during the late evening hours of August 28 and early morning hours of August 29, respectively.

Hurricane Isaac: Photo NASA

Hurricane Gustav was the second most destructive hurricane of the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season. The seventh tropical cyclone, third hurricane, and second major hurricane of the season, Gustav caused serious damage and casualties in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Cuba, and the United States.
Gustav caused at least $6.6 billion (2008 USD) in damages.
It formed on the morning of August 25, 2008, about 260 miles (420 km) southeast of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and rapidly strengthened into a tropical storm that afternoon and into a hurricane early on August 26.
Later that day it made landfall near the Haitian town of Jacmel.
It inundated Jamaica and ravaged Western Cuba and then steadily moved across the Gulf of Mexico, it is thought to have made landfall in Cocodrie, Louisiana sometime around August 29th/30th 2008.

Hurricane Gustav Photo NASA


Dear Gary Walton: I enjoyed and was very informed by your post today regarding the significance of landfalling hurricanes on August 29.
As a south Louisiana resident, this information is very prescient.
I must correct the date for Gustav's Louisiana landfall.
The article states that "it is thought to have made landfall Cocodrie, Louisiana sometime around August 29th/30th 2008."
I went through that storm, and I've verified the date of landfall was on 9/1/2008.
It did make landfall in Cuba as a Cat 4 with 155 mph winds on 8/31/08. I just wanted to clear that up for y'all.
Keep up the good work and God bless you!
Will Rossman. 

For the record, New Orleans was hit a record 7 times by hurricanes or named storms in 2020 hurricane season!

'Thank you, Will'

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