Thousands of people were in shelters and hundreds of thousands were without power in Louisiana Saturday evening in the wake of Hurricane Delta.
Meteorologists have put the Gulf Coast of the United States on high alert for what could be a disastrous strike later this week by a very dangerous hurricane. 
Hurricane Sally, which has weakened to a tropical storm, is battering the Gulf Coast at a slow pace and with massive amounts of rain.
Hurricane Sally is moving toward the Gulf Coast, threatening to bring possible historic flooding and "extreme life-threatening" flash flooding.
Hurricane Laura slammed southern Louisiana early Thursday as a Category 4 storm, one of the most powerful to strike the Gulf Coast in decades.
Hurricane Laura is an extremely powerful storm, and as of the 5 p.m. update, it remains a Category 4 hurricane with increased maximum sustained winds of 145 mph.
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