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Not Again: Another Hurricane Targeting the Gulf Coast.


More trouble for the coastal states?

Tropical Depression 16 is currently tracking for a collision with the Gulf Coast this weekend.

The 2017 hurricane season has been absolutely devastating to the United States. Harvey, Irma, and Maria ravaged multiple states and territories along the southeastern seaboard. The loss of lives and property have been almost too great to imagine. Sadly, the region may be in store for another blast in the coming days.

The Miami Herald is reporting via the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) that Tropical Depression 16 is expected to hit the coast of Nicaragua and other Central American nations over the next couple days before pushing off into the Gulf of Mexico. That’s where the U.S. coast comes into play. The depression will strengthen over the (still) warm waters of the gulf and become a hurricane sometime Friday and could hit the southern coast by Sunday morning.

Thankfully President Trump is in charge.

The last few weeks have been incredibly challenging for our nation. We have devastation due to weather that we have not seen in decades. However, President Trump has shown himself up to the task. Despite what the media tells you, he has done an incredible job despite the federal resources spread so thin. He is fighting the goof fight on three fronts: Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico. No other President has ever had to face such adversary, yet has done so much. It appears that another area may soon need the help of the Commander in Chief, but he is up to the job.

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1 Comment

  1. Judy

    March 8, 2018 at 12:28 am

    I had no idea how to approach this beerof-now I’m locked and loaded.

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