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Pat Shingleton: "The 'K' Storm..."

7 months ago Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:01:19 PM CDT August 28, 2014 Thursday, August 28 2014 Aug 28, 2014 in Pat Shingleton Column

The column today includes an excerpt, presented nine years ago on this date and Katrina's landfall. "After 48 hours of on-air coverage of Katrina, this devastating, catastrophic storm, some comments. In every hurricane conference attended, the New Orleans "model" has occurred. The worst-case scenario Monday morning mirrored expectations of the Hurricane Center in Miami. Numerous storms have skirted and hit New Orleans including: the October 10, 1837 Hurricane, the September 22, 1909 Hurricane, the October 2, 1915 Hurricane and the September 6, 1948 Hurricane. Named storms include Hilda in October-1964, Betsy-September 12, 1965, Fern-September, 1971, Bob-July 12, 1979, Elena-September 2,1965, Juan-October 29, 1985 and Florence-Sept. 9, 1988.

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