Warning issued in parts of US Gulf coast as Hurricane Delta near Mexico
In addition, electricity along the north-eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula also dropped. This caused a lot of trouble for the people.
New Delhi: After wreaking havoc in Mexico on Wednesday, Hurricane Delta has moved towards the US. Due to which an emergency has been announced in America. On Wednesday, Hurricane Delta emerged in the Gulf of Mexico and moved further after making landfall south of the Mexican resort of Cancun. People had to face a lot of difficulties due to the storm. The delta made landfall to the south of the Mexican resort and even uprooted trees.
Delta is moving rapidly towards America
Alert in north-eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula:
In addition, electricity along the north-eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula also dropped. This caused a lot of trouble for the people. However, no injuries or deaths have been reported during this period. Now this storm is moving rapidly towards America. A warning has also been issued regarding this.
Media reports quoted the US National Hurricane Center in Miami as saying that Hurricane Delta had weakened in the afternoon, but strengthened again, moving over the Southern Bay. Due to which the wind blew at a speed of 150 km per hour in the evening. It is being told that the storm may become stronger before reaching the US Gulf Coast.
The White House said in a statement on Wednesday that President Donald Trump has announced a state of emergency in Louisiana. At the same time, President Trump himself tweeted from his official Twitter account, asking people to be ready, careful and safe. He tweeted and wrote that please take care of the instructions of your state and local authorities. We are working closely with them - please be prepared, be careful, and be safe!