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Even though I live quite far from the coast these days, I have spent most of my life in New Orleans, Louisiana, so I often see storms. In fact, he lived in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. I have photographs taken from my room showing cars floating in the parking lot. My family lost everything in the storm and we moved to the Dallas area. Because of this, I pay attention to what is happening with hurricanes, and today I saw a meme asking, “Who had twice as many hurricanes on their 2020 bingo card?” This is because two storms are hitting the coast right now.

Regions along the Gulf of Mexico are bracing for the possibility of being hit with not one but two hurricanes. In fact, residents have been ordered to evacuate from many Louisiana parishes and people in New Orleans have been advised to voluntarily evacuate, according to the Weather Channel. Coming up this week, weather professionals are expecting possible devastation that could come with Hurricane Marco and Tropical Storm Laura. Meteorologist Eric Holthaus said on Twitter: “I’ll say it very simply: Laura poses a potentially catastrophic threat to the Texas and Louisiana coast. Watch this storm closely.”

In light of all this, videos have emerged that are frightening and at the same time inspiring. In the video, you can see six huge spinning waterspouts off the Louisiana coast in the Bay. This amazing footage was shot by Frank Delay and shows six waterspouts that can be seen off the coast of Galliano, Louisiana. Seeing this is both amazing and amazing at the same time. What are tornadoes? These are tornado-like phenomena that form on the water during and before a storm.

Inspirational Video Shows Six Waterspouts Off The Gulf Coast As The Region Prepares For Storms

Even though I live quite far from the coast these days, I have spent most of my life in New Orleans, Louisiana, so I often see storms. In fact, he lived in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. I have photographs taken from my room showing cars floating in the parking lot. My family lost everything in the storm and we moved to the Dallas area. Because of this, I pay attention to what is happening with hurricanes, and today I saw a meme asking, “Who had twice as many hurricanes on their 2020 bingo card?” This is because two storms are hitting the coast right now.

Regions along the Gulf of Mexico are bracing for the possibility of being hit with not one but two hurricanes. In fact, residents have been ordered to evacuate from many Louisiana parishes and people in New Orleans have been advised to voluntarily evacuate, according to the Weather Channel. Coming up this week, weather professionals are expecting possible devastation that could come with Hurricane Marco and Tropical Storm Laura. Meteorologist Eric Holthaus said on Twitter: “I’ll say it very simply: Laura poses a potentially catastrophic threat to the Texas and Louisiana coast. Watch this storm closely.”

Looking at the videos and photos, it seems that this is something unreal and out of this world.

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Another close-up video in Leevilee, Louisiana shows an equally terrifying and huge waterspout swirling across the ocean. Check out the stunning images below.

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