Max Mayfield is being unusally somber about this system, stating "New Orleans May never be the Same". I hate to agree with him, but I don't think this possible Eyewall Cycle is going to do much to stop it.
God Bless everyone who decided to stay in New Orleans. If areas flood, get to the highest ground, but remember animals, and insects will also be trying to get there. Beware of snakes, balls of fire ants, and more fighting for the same spots.
Hope for a miracle tonight, I don't see any good news right now.
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