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It made landfall on August 27, 2020 near Cameron, Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane. Within Louisiana, the storm killed 33 people and caused around $17.5 billion in damage. Laura brought extremely high winds that ripped roofs off houses and brought a storm surge of up to 18 feet (5.5 m) to areas in Cameron Parish.Where did Hurricane Laura hit in Louisiana?
Early on August 27, Laura made landfall near peak intensity on Cameron, Louisiana. Laura was the tenth-strongest U.S. hurricane that made landfall by windspeed on record. The effects of Laura across Louisiana were devastating. Nearly 10 foot high storm surge was recorded in Cameron Parish.What is the current date of Hurricane Laura?
Louisiana Hurricane Laura DR-4559-LA Incident Period: Aug 22, 2020 - Aug 27, 2020 Declaration Date: Aug 28, 2020What will Hurricane Laura's damage mean for Louisiana?
Hurricane Laura caused a storm surge of 9 to 12 feet and pummeled homes in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The damage is so extensive that some infrastructure needs to be rebuilt from scratch, said Entergy, a power company that serves Louisiana and Texas. And that could mean weeks or months of powerless misery in the humid Louisiana heat.