Hurricane Aida is so powerful that it has caused the Mississippi River to flow backwards.


On Tuesday, August 13, 2019, Hong Kong’s registered cargo ship, Sealand Illinois, will pass under the Crescent City Connection Bridge on the Mississippi River in New Orleans. Associated Press Photo / Gerald Herbert

US Geological Survey (USGS) data Indicates that the Mississippi River flow reversed upstream as hurricane Ida landed and was pushed inland.

According to the USGS graph, the Mississippi River flow reversed for about four hours near Belchas in the Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana.

“I remember the Mississippi River reversing during Hurricane Katrina, but it’s very rare,” says Scott, who oversees the USGS Lower Mississippi Bay Hydrological Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Perian says. Told to CNN..

Hurricane Aida Landed On Sunday afternoon in Port Forchon, Louisiana, the maximum wind speed is 140 mph. According to the company, Aida is expected to continue inland on Monday in parts of Louisiana and western Mississippi. Advice from the National Hurricane Center..

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