New Orleans Prepares For Hurricane Ida’s Impact

Hurricane Ida will make landfall in 24 hours, 16 years to the day from Hurricane Katrina. Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana have issued a state of emergency ahead of the potential category four storm.» Subscribe to NBC News:
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New Orleans Prepares For Hurricane Ida’s Impact


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37 thoughts on “New Orleans Prepares For Hurricane Ida’s Impact

  1. The past few years have been unbelievably crazy. I just hope people were able to endure the storm. I would still love to visit New Orleans, one of the things I love about the city is it’s vintage-style architecture.

  2. ⚠️Here is a very important announcement for everyone:

    Make sure you follow the generator safety tips whenever you use your portable generator. This information is only for whoever has a portable generator and for those who plan on getting one. This is just a reminder for everyone’s safety. All generator safety rules need to be followed carefully

    Here are the generator safety tips:

    1) KEEPING OTHERS SAFE: Please do not allow an unqualified person or your children to operate and service the portable generator. Just because some manuals don’t say that doesn’t mean it’s safe. That is important against the generator safety rules. We also need to be keeping an eye on our children too. You need to make sure that your children are not playing near the portable generator especially when it’s running so they won’t get electrocuted. Generators pose electrical risks and they can be hot during an operation. Please keep your children away from the portable generator at all times. It is important to keep our children safe especially our little ones. Children often get curious about anything so we should keep an eye on them to also make sure they’re not wandering towards the generator.

    2) WHERE TO RUN YOUR GENERATOR: Some people use their portable generators indoors which increases the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. It’s important to have a carbon monoxide if you have a gas generator. Never ever use your generator indoors even if your doors and windows are open and even in the garage is not safe to use a portable generator. Not even at your porch and your deck. It is never safe to use your generator indoors and in enclosed areas of your home. Your generator needs to be 15-20 feet away from your house.

    3)🔥FIRE HAZARDS: Never refuel your generator while it’s running. You need to let your generator cool off before refueling it and before storing your generator. Never overload your generator too. Never ever back feed your generator. You should never plug your generator into a wall outlet. Also never store propane tanks indoors. Please keep flammable things away from the generator as well and please don’t smoke cigarettes near the generator. Having a fire extinguisher next to the generator is also important against the generator safety rules.

    4) GENERATOR OPERATION: make sure your hands are dry before touching the generator. Never use your generator in wet conditions. Don’t let your generator get wet. You need a generator tent if you need to use your generator during wet weather. Please don’t wear loose clothes when operating the generator. Turn on your generator before plugging in appliances. Use the right cord for your generator. Please do not use worn out cords. and here is a video more about keeping others safe when using generators. It’s better to keep your children safe. All generator safety rules need to be followed carefully.

    Hope this helps.

  3. this is my first time in a hurricane.. told it was no big deal.. i tied my dogs to the tree.. i left them a bowl of food and water… then we left.. dogs should be ok right?

  4. Mother Gaia already dish out some hurt I wish we could just take care of this planet just a little bit better but a lot of people are very selfish they don’t stand by their word the religion anything anymore goodbye take care

  5. Please, go look at a doppler map people. downtown New Orleans isn't going to be pounded for two hours with continuous 140mph winds like the cry wolf media terrorists make it sound. Yes there will be damage. Yes there will be gusts over 100mph in the immediate city, but the outskirts stand to fair far worse then the actual city does, in terms of continuous high speed winds and damage. most wind speeds in the city continuous will be about 60 -70 mph. still not a joke, but not quite the apocalypse the depraved media propagandists are hoping for. gusts will be 100mph or better. gusts on the outskirts of New Orleans will be 150mph or better.

  6. Don’t listen to the scientists who tell you a deadly virus and a deadly hurricane is coming. Hurricanes are a democratic plot. Wake up sheeple!

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