Quote: The information i got was from a Conference call at 1pm. While typing my post Jim Cantore also reported the same thing. He is there. Someone in an earlier post reported no flooding and no leeve problems per a N.O. City official. A little bit of forum research and that post can still be found.This information was way wrong.People clinging to poles and cutting there way out of there attics is not a sign of "no flood problems" Information like that makes people complacent. Being complacent right now is not a good option. Being complacent will get you in trouble quick. You point was well received and my post will be short and to the point with sources reveiled.
I reported that about the City Offical saying that the levees were holding.
MSNBC OR FOX had a city offical on about 11 AM EST and was asked about the break in the levee and he responded that he had no report of that and he was tolf that they are holding up.
I just put what was reported on TV. I rather have a link, there is alot of hearsay going on.
But this was reported on TV.
CNN was talking to a meterologist from NHC and he said that a 15-20 foot surge could still be had on the Mississippi-Alabama Coast, he said that as of Noon, the higest registered surge was 22 Feet on Mississippi coast.
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