Hurricane Delta slammed into Louisiana on Friday, October 9th, as a category two hurricane, only miles from where Hurricane Laura devastated the state just six weeks ago. The storm dropped more than a foot of rain in areas and knocked out power lines leaving almost 800,000 without power.
Flooding in Louisiana has made roads impassable and caused new damage to homes not yet repaired after Hurricane Laura. There are more than 8,300 Hurricane Laura evacuees still sheltering in hotel rooms in Texas and Louisiana. Due to flooding and other damage, authorities have instructed these families that it is unsafe to return to their homes to inspect the damage from Hurricanes Laura & Delta.
Delta was the fourth named storm to hit Louisiana and the 10th named storm to make landfall in the United States this season, breaking a national record set in 1916.
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