Hurricane

Watch as Hurricane Laura Causes RV to Topple Over

Brandon Clement, a storm chaser, witnessed Hurricane Laura blowing an RV over. Clement posted the terrifying moment to his official Twitter page.
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Flight Simulator Let Players Fly Right Into Hurricane Laura in Real Time

Microsoft Flight Simulator is allowing players to turn into virtual storm chasers to experience Hurricane Laura. While those in the storm’s path were evacuating to safety, virtual players were flying into the eye of the storm. Read more now.
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WATCH: Weather Channel Reporter Escapes Falling Debris During Live Shot Coverage

A Weather Channel reporter narrowly misses falling debris, knocked-down by a strong gust of wind as Hurricane Laura makes landfall. Stay with RADIO.COM for the latest hurricane developments.
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Hurricane Laura Hits Louisiana With Winds of 150 Mph

The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Laura’s top sustained winds were 150 miles per hour when it made landfall in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
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VIDEO: Louisiana Resident Ties Down Entire House With Ratchet Strap Ahead of Hurricane Laura

A video posted to Facebook hours before Hurricane Laura is expected to make landfall shows one resident’s creative attempt to keep his house safely tethered to the ground during the Category 4 storm.
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'Unsurvivable Storm Surge' Expected as Hurricane Laura Reaches Category 4 Before Landfall

Hurricane Laura is expected to “cause catastrophic damage” and reach a Category 4 when it makes landfall on the Gulf Coast, according to a new Wednesday morning warning from the National Hurricane Center.
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Health Expert: Hurricane Evacuation Shelters Could Spread COVID-19

Evacuations and shelters are part of preparing for any hurricane. However, that could be dangerous during the coronavirus pandemic and further spread the virus by evacuating people from COVID-19 hotspots.
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WATCH: Buckle Up! Plane Flies Right Through Hurricane Laura

A Hurricane Hunter with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), he got an up close – some would say too close – view of Hurriance Laura, flying right through it on a specially-outfitted plane called a “Kermit.”
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