In the US, in the midst of an outbreak of the Corona epidemic, the storm hit Hanna Bay on the Gulf Coast in Texas, causing winds at speeds up to 145 kilometers per hour and raining heavily. There is a risk of flooding in many parts. Due to this storm, there was a scene of destruction in the Rio Valley and the face of the valley changed. Along with uprooting trees in many places, many boats were also damaged. Power supply has also been affected due to stormy winds.
The first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic stormy season came twice as a Category One storm in less than an hour on Saturday. The storm first came about 130 miles to the south from Corps Christie, about 15 miles north of Port Mansfield, at about 5 p.m. It then knocked off in eastern Kennedy County, about 15 miles northwest of Port Mansfield, at 6.15pm.
National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Birchfield in Brownsville said residents need to be vigilant. At the same time, due to the winds at a speed of 70 mph (115 kmph) due to the storm, high waves are expected to rise in the sea, which can worsen the current conditions.
Meteorologists estimate that there is a possibility of rain of 15 to 30 centimeters due to Hanna. At some places, it may rain up to 46 cm. Sherry Boehmie (67), who lives near the Corps Christie Coast, said she was already worried about the epidemic and the storm has added to her worries. About three years before Hanna, Harvey Storm caused havoc here. 68 people died due to Harvey.