The states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi had been bracing for affect Sunday from Hurricane Ida because the storm reached Class 4 energy in a single day, with wind speeds reaching 150 miles per hour or 230 kilometres per hour, with storm surges and flooding already hitting some areas early within the day.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards stated the storm could possibly be the worst direct hit the state has seen from a hurricane because the 1850s.
Whereas some evacuated, per steering from officers, others determined to stay it out with buildings being boarded up even within the French Quarter of New Orleans, and others packing and piling sandbags for houses.
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