Te Hurricane "Irene" is gone, "Katia" is comimg.
After the whirlwind “Irene” a new thunderstorm is brewing over the Atlantic ocean. “Katia” was stepped up by the whirlwind to the hurricane yesterday as the national hurricane center of the USA in Miami informed. “Katia” has wind speeds of 120 kilometers per hour. No warnings were said at first, though. The whirlwind was almost 2000 kilometers eastern of the little boys’ Antilles in the caribbean and kilometer per hour moved with well 30 forward. Hurricane “Irene” had caused devastations in large parts of the U.S. East coast at the weekend. Hundreds of thousands were without current yesterday only, too. Primarily the rain had caused damages.
In the golf of Mexico evacuations started because of a thunderstorm area on first oil rigs. So the energy companies BP and Anadarko started with kerosene, to remove workers. Also Royal Dutch Shell announced to vacate platforms.