Are you Looking for information about a specfic area or have information tos hare, or have stories to tell about Katrina, please use the disaster forum.
Katrina is heading north toward the Northeast US over land, and is no longer being tracked by the hurricane center.
New Orleans is around 80% flooded, and since 91L isn't quite ready to form (although it may over the next few days) this thread will be a continuation post about general information about Katrina and it's imapacts as a storm. Knowing what hurricanes can do to an area gives you a better idea how to pepare.
Please use the disaster forum for information about specific areas You do not have to register to post in the disaster forum.
Discussion about former TD#13 and 91L is allowed both here and in the storm forum.
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