Breathtaking footage captured by Frank LeDay, where six massive swirling waterspouts have been captured on the Louisiana coast in the Gulf of Mexico.
Frank LeDay the resident of the Gulf, witnessed something mesmerizing and captured the video from his phone of six waterspouts off the coast, then, he shared it on Facebook saying, ‘Wow!! Ever see six waterspouts at once?’
Gulf Coast residents are preparing themselves for possible two catastrophic tropical storms which are coming at the same time, one in the North Atlantic and another in the Caribbean,
The National Hurricane Center predicted, the tropical storm Macro may hit Louisiana Coast on Monday, and it may also hit the Gulf Coast in the coming days, and asked people to make necessary arrangements and to find proper shelter to save themselves from the upcoming catastrophic hurricanes.
Joel Cline, the tropical program coordinator, says that a lot of people will be affected by the storm and rainfall in the Gulf of Mexico. The weather is unpredictable, so we don’t know how much preparation, we may need to make.
With the confirmation of two potential hurricanes hitting at the same time, the Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards asked for a federal emergency declaration from the White House. Governor Edwards said, two hurricanes are hitting our state nearly back to back, and it is unlike anything we have seen so far. People have to make sure that they find a safe shelter for more than 72 hours and make proper arrangements.
Dave Hennen the meteorologist says, it is always hard to predict the intensity of the hurricanes, and in this case, where two hurricanes are impacting back to back, it is hard to say which one will be the strongest. It may possible, these two storms interact with each other and make it more complicated.
That state has declared an emergency and asked people to take precautions.