That exceeded all records dating back to 1871, said Jeff Masters of Weather Underground.Many other locations in Louisiana and Mississippi logged more than 10 inches of rain.People are deprived of water, food and medicine in their own homeland.
Ahmadinejab’s statements to make him appear as a “menace” to the Western world.
Officials had ordered a widespread evacuation of the area after a dam threatened to burst The growing waters sparked fear on Thursday when officials ordered the immediate evacuation of 60,000 people in the area of Kentwood, along the Louisiana-Mississippi border as a swollen river threatened to break a dam.
The warning came after Isaac smashed into the Gulf Coast with winds of up to 80 mph on Tuesday night, rattling towns, swamping thousands of homes and businesses, leaving 930,000 people without power in Louisiana - and terrifying residents on the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
That would still leave Isaac, which came onshore as a Category 1 hurricane, well outside the 10 most costly U. A massive police and National Guard presence - and a dusk-to-dawn curfew, now lifted - also helped keep things calm even as much of the city lost power.
Drenched: Nick George stands in the Tangipahoa River after Hurricane Isaac passed through Kentwood, Louisiana.