The conditions were unimaginable in New Orleans when residents, without any place to go, took shelter in the Superdome after having lost their homes a day earlier when Hurricane Katrina swept through the area. The following radar loop shows the power of the Category 3 storm that hit New Orleans on August 29, 2005.
— Shannon R (@S_M_R76) August 29, 2020
Time passes and people learn to deal with tragedies the best they can, but the one constant is that Mother Nature is always in charge.
As we will see today, Mother Nature will provide us with a beautiful partly sunny Sunday with low humidity and temperatures in the low 80’s. This comes just 24 hours after yesterday’s Delmarva washout. Monday will be beautiful as well.
Good morning! If you've been saving up yard work or a day trip for a more comfortable day…we think you're going to like today. Mostly sunny, seasonably warm and much less humid. Highs mainly in the 80s. Get out and enjoy; More typical summertime humidity returns tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/jvXPTf9kD5
— NWS Wakefield (@NWSWakefieldVA) August 30, 2020