Tropical storm Ida leaves scores without power; one death confirmed


A person on a bicycle passes a damaged Shell station in Kenner, Louisiana, on August 30, 2021 after Hurricane Ida made landfall.

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Ida has lost some of its steam since making landfall in Louisiana on Sunday, but the system’s path over the Southeast still poses great danger, the National Hurricane Center said in an update Monday after at least one person had died from the storm.

Officials downgraded Ida to a tropical storm as it made its way inland early Monday, where it’s expected to bring heavy rainfall, tornadoes and the potential of severe flooding to parts of the Southeast. Rainfall could total 24 inches across portions of southeast Louisiana into…


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