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- Katrina was a powerful Category 3 hurricane when it hit the Gulf Coast the morning of Aug.
- Katrina was a monstrous Category 5 hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico before coming ashore near New Orleans as a Category 3 on Aug.
- Katrina was a bigger storm when it came ashore in August 2005 as a Category 3 storm and it made a direct hit on the Louisiana-Mississippi line.
- Katrina was the eleventh tropical storm, fifth hurricane, third major hurricane, and second Category 5 hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic season.
- Katrina was a category one storm when she struck Florida but she still caused wreaked plenty of havoc and caused much damage.
- Katrina came ashore in Louisiana as a 145 mph monster, with sheets of rain completely submerging some New Orleans neighborhoods.
- Katrina caused 10 to 14 inches of rain over southern Florida, and 8 to 12 inches of rain along its track inland from the northern Gulf coast.
- Katrina again rapidly intensified, attaining Category 5 status on the morning of August 28 and reached its peak strength at 1:00 p.m.
- By the morning of August 24th, the depression intensified and by the afternoon, this tropical storm was named Katrina.
- Overnight on August 29 and into that morning, Katrina began to enter another eyewall replacement cycle and its maximum winds quickly weakened.
- Katrina, which affected a very wide swath of land covering a good portion of eastern North America, was last seen in the eastern Great Lakes region.
- Hurricane Katrina also brought heavy rain to Louisiana, with 8-10 inches (200-250 mm) falling on a wide swath of the eastern part of the state.
- The eye of Katrina could be seen from the eastern part of the parish, in Bogalusa as Bogalusa was only fifteen miles away from the center of the eye.
- But it is what happened to the social fabric of New Orleans after Katrina passed that is the real story, the real tragedy of the thing.
- Hendrick planes had flown medical personnel to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, so its pilots and flight crews were used to responding to tragedy.
- As the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina continues to unfold, this Web log will track the ways that the Washington community is touched by the tragedy.
- Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Learned was the product of an extensive review led by the president's Homeland Security Advisor Fran Townsend.
- Hurricane Katrina holds plenty of those lessons, says Mittelstaedt, a New Orleans native whose mother rode out the storm to care for an elderly aunt.
- In these appearances, he referred to the lessons that he had learned from his experiences as the head of FEMA during Hurricane Katrina.
- Environmental effects The Chandeleur Islands, before Katrina (left) and after (right), showing the impact of the storm along coastal areas.
- For many people, the painful realization of the magnitude of Katrina, and its impact, will be experienced after initial denial.
- The loss of coastal marshlands that buffer New Orleans from flooding and storm surges may have worsened the impact of Hurricane Katrina.
- That changed when Katrina flooded 80 percent of the city and scenes of chaos, deprivation and violence were broadcast worldwide.
- It's the first test of a revamped evacuation plan designed to eliminate the chaos, looting and death that followed Katrina.
- Jabbor Gibson Amidst the chaos in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, eighteen-year-old Jabbor Gibson stole a bus in New Orleans.
- A team of nomads after Katrina ravaged its city and the Superdome, overcame a slew of mistakes in the biggest game the Big Easy has ever seen.
- In the aftermath of hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Superdome was severely damaged.
- Following Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005, medical operations that had previously been housed in the Superdome were moved to the Arena.
- Rick Perry sent $19.5 million to Houston to help pay for additional officers and overtime to police the city after Katrina.
- But Gina Martin, who is still living in Houston after Katrina destroyed her New Orleans home, was unconvinced.
- In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Houston was faced with the sudden arrival of thousands of people, many in need of medical care.
- As projections of Category Four and Five were made (for Katrina), officials began plans to evacuate the city.
- Hurricane Katrina ploughed onto the US mainland, the eye of the storm narrowly missing the city of New Orleans.
- The two hardest hit areas were Orleans parish, which is the city itself - with 720 people killed by Katrina - and St. Bernard parish, with 123 dead.
- The Superdome was used as a "shelter of last resort" for those in New Orleans unable to evacuate from Hurricane Katrina when it struck in late August 2005.
- In 2005, the Superdome came to international attention when it housed thousands of evacuees seeking shelter from Hurricane Katrina.
- We were a mix of foreign tourists, conference attendees like ourselves, and locals who had checked into hotels for safety and shelter from Katrina.
- Perhaps it was Barbour’s memo that caused Katrina, at the last moment, to spare New Orleans and save its worst flailings for the Mississippi coast.
- Hurricane Katrina pushed houses inland on Mississippi coast, including at Biloxi.
- Like the rest of the Mississippi Coast, Ocean Springs was severely affected by the strong wind and huge surge of Hurricane Katrina.
- Again. Katrina and the near destruction of New Orleans was, for me, the most personal tragedy.
- Katrina will be the standard and as much as every rubbernecker wanted the last two hurricanes to mimic her destruction, they didn't.
- Photographs and Images of the Hurricane Katrina Damage and Destruction to Biloxi, Gulfport, and other coastal areas of Mississippi.
- Some blame him for not doing more before and after Katrina.
- The reverend Jesse Jackson has also said that racism was partly to blame for the deadly aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
- In an address to the nation from New Orleans, President George W. Bush speaks about federal recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
- Bush takes responsbility for the federal government's failures during the Hurricane Katrina relief effort.
- The last time rapper Kanye West appeared on a TV show to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims, he accused U.S. President George W. Bush of racism.
- There were two indirect fatalities from Katrina in Walton County as a result of a traffic accident.
- More than 600,000 people lost power in Alabama as a result of Hurricane Katrina and two people died in a traffic accident in the state.
- Several levees failed as a result of Katrina and Rita.
- However, the total losses as a result of Katrina is estimated to exceed $100 billion with over $34 billion in insured losses.
- In the decade before Katrina, flooding caused $7.1 billion in losses to homes and businesses.
- Emmy host Ellen DeGeneres is a Louisiana native and last week spoke emotionally about losses her family suffered from Katrina.
- Tens of thousands sought refuge from Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath in the Superdome.
- At the center of it all are the tens of thousands of New Orleans residents who relocated to the Bayou City after Hurricane Katrina.
- After Hurricane Katrina, FEMA placed tens of thousands of displaced families in travel trailers, more than 40,000 of which are still in use.
- However, there have been no deaths or injuries reported in Tennessee as a result of Katrina.
- There were no reports of any deaths in Cuba as a result of Hurricane Katrina.
- It's not just Katrina that caused all these deaths in New Orleans here.
- Katrina practically obliterated Waveland, and state officials said that it took a harder hit from the wind and water than any other town along the coast.
- Kevin Titus has been deployed to the Red Cross relief efforts on the coast since before Katrina made landfall.
- On August 23, 2005, Hurricane Katrina formed as a tropical storm off the coast of the Bahamas.
- On the morning of August 29th, 2005, hurricane Katrina struck the gulf coast region of Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
- Hurricane Katrina has left a trail of devastation throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama.
- About 70 miles off the coast of Alabama a bouy measured a 48 foot wave as Katrina was making landfall.
- Hurricane Katrina made landfall in south Plaquemines Parish, La., near the towns of Empire, Buras and Boothville, on the morning of Aug.
- Katrina strengthened from a low-end Category 3 hurricane to a Category 5 in less than 12 h, reaching an intensity of 145 kt by 1200 UTC 28 August.
- Katrina made landfall August 29, 2005 in southeast Louisiana as a Category 3 storm.
- By the time Katrina made landfall on the Gulf coast, it was classified as a Category 3 hurricane.
- The south tip of Florida includes damage when Hurricane Katrina originated in the Caribbean Sea, dumping over 14 inches of rain in the area.
- In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina ravaged the area along the shore, but many residents have returned.
- Nonetheless, with the landfall of Hurricane Katrina, this area was obliterated, yet again.
- It will take about 4-million cubic yards of fill - a nearly Superdome-sized pile - to repair the 170 miles of levee destroyed or damaged by Katrina.
- When Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, growth came to an abrupt halt, as Casinos were destroyed, businesses were damaged, and residents were made homeless.
- Tens of thousands of cars were damaged or destroyed by Katrina, which submerged much of New Orleans in a corrosive broth of saltwater and mud.
- His very dear and long time friend, Dave Bartholomew, a local musician of New Orleans, has not been heard from since the Katrina catastrophe.
- As always with a devastating event like Hurricane Katrina, voices are raised claiming that nothing could have been done to prevent the catastrophe.
- DHH reports before Katrina there were 134,249 people in New Orleans on Medicaid.
- DHH reports that before Hurricane Katrina there were 134,249 people in New Orleans on Medicaid.
- By noon of August 28th, Katrina had jumped up to a Category 5 hurricane sustained winds of 145 knots or 167 mph.
- In 2004 it was battered by Hurricane Ivan, and it has been struck hard once again by Hurricane Katrina.
- The Louisiana SPCA, Brinkley none too coyly points out, was better prepared for Katrina than the city of New Orleans.
- Katrina is now moving through Mississippi as a tropical storm with winds of about 60 mph.
- By midday Tuesday, Katrina was downgraded to a tropical depression, with winds around 35 mph.
- Hurricane Katrina, with its winds and rain, tore through the roof of the Louisiana Superdome.
- For other storms with this name, see Hurricane Katrina (disambiguation).
- Scientists are now piecing together how Hurricane Katrina affected those marshes, which form a buffer against storms and flooding.
- The MASH unit was set up by FEMA to care for the thousands of victims of Hurricane Katrina.
- Officials from Mississippi and FEMA nominated him for the award for his dedication and positive efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
- FEMA apparently arrived two days before Katrina made landfall.
- Michael Brown, the unqualified crony, botched the federal response to Katrina.
- To this moment, that has remained the official, indeed only, explanation of how and why Michael Brown was running FEMA when Hurricane Katrina struck.
- A major economic impact for the nation was the disruption to the oil industry from Katrina.
- The destruction from hurricane Katrina unleashed a disaster like our nation has never encountered.
- Communities along the Gulf of Mexico - many of which were hit by Hurricane Katrina - have had some of the most frequent lossses from flooding in the nation.
- Today, President Bush convened a Cabinet-level task force on Hurricane Katrina response and recovery.
- President Bush meets in videoconference with National Hurricane Director Max Mayfield to discuss hurricane Katrina while at his ranch in Crawford, Texas.
- In yet another example, today Eric Lipton takes another stab at President Bush over Hurrican Katrina.
- Before Katrina, Camille was considered to be the "benchmark" against which all Gulf Coast hurricanes were measured.
- But the size of Katrina, with hurricane force winds extending 120 miles from its center, was much larger and the destruction more widespread than Camille.
- Before Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Camille likely had the highest storm surge measured in the United States, at over 24 feet (7.3 meters).
- Less than two hours later, Katrina made landfall on the southeastern coast of Florida.
- Katrina hit the southern tip of Florida as a much weaker storm Thursday and was blamed for nine deaths.
- Katrina is blamed for at least seven deaths in Florida, where it made landfall Thursday as a Category 1 hurricane.
- In the process, Katrina brought heavy amounts of rain to parts of south Florida and Cuba.
- South Florida and Cuba Image:Hurricane damage to mobile home in Davie Florida.jpg Damage to a mobile home in Davie, Florida following Hurricane Katrina.
- Last Thursday I was in south Florida and sat outside while the eye of Hurricane Katrina passed over my head.
- During the period of August 26th to August 28th, Katrina intensified over the Gulf of Mexico.
- On my side of the Gulf of Mexico, Katrina has devastated the city I have made my second home.
- EDT. The boost came just hours after Katrina reached Category 4, with wind of 145 mph, as it gathered energy from the warm water of the Gulf of Mexico.
- But that's only part of the government money that has poured into Dauphin Island to help heal the scars left by Katrina and Ivan.
- On Dauphin Island, the government has paid more than $30 million for damage to flood-prone properties since Katrina.
- It certainly has not been looked at since the separation of Riley Boykin Smith Island from Dauphin Island after Hurricane Katrina.
- It was the seven-mile bridge over Lake Pontchartrain that was partially toppled by the storm surge of Hurricane Katrina.
- The breach wouldn't act as a pipeline from Lake Pontchartrain, as happened during Katrina.
- Residents who had ridden out the brunt of Katrina now faced a second more insidious threat as flood waters continued their ascent well into the night.
- One person was also killed in flood waters during Katrina that had already been high from the previous storm.
- The medal was a replacement medal for the one—originally awarded by President Bill Clinton —that was lost in the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina.
- The system was upgraded to Tropical Storm Katrina on the morning of August 24.
- The center of Tropical Storm Katrina then emerged into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico at approximately 0500 UTC on 26 August just north of Cape Sable.
- This tropical depression strengthened into Tropical Storm Katrina the next day.
- The storm moved northwest and became Tropical Storm Katrina in the early afternoon hours on the 29th.
- For other storms of the same name, see Tropical Storm Katrina.
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