Sunday, September 10, 2017

(LIVE STREAM) TRACKING HURRICANE IRMA

The second hurricane in two weeks is hitting the Caribbean and southern US. Irma is the strongest Atlantic hurricane since Wilma of 2005 in terms of maximum sustained winds and the most intense in terms of pressure since Dean in 2007. We are tracking its path with live streams. 


RSBN Live Stream with Steve Lookner.

UPDATE: Hurricane Irma is about to hit the west coast of Florida, sure to cause damage and flooding.





RSBN Hurricane Irma Live Tracker - Category 5.





Sep. 2, 2017


(LIVE STREAM) THE TRUMPS VISIT HOUSTON, TEXAS

Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast on Friday night, with winds topping 130 mph. As of Monday evening, it was a tropical storm with winds up to 45 mph. Dangerous flooding is expected for days. At least nine deaths have already been confirmed, and officials expect the toll to rise. Tens of thousands of people could have to take refuge in shelters.




Sept. 2, 2017 RSBN Live Stream: President Trump and FLOTUS visit Hurricane Relief Center in Houston., Starts at 1:30 PM Eastern.





Aug, 30, 2017

(LIVE STREAM) THE SPIRIT OF HOUSTON, TEXAS




Aug. 29, 2017 RSBN Live coverage of hurricane Harvey aftermath and Houston floods. Desperate Rescues as Waters Rise.

Harvey made landfall for a third time. After Houston smaller towns and villages in the eastern parts of Texas are in danger of inundation. Here are yesterday's impressions from Houston. The President visited Corpus Christi and Austin. The spirit of Texas is the spirit of America. This spirit is a concentration of people exercising their maximum free will. No wonder the Left despise it: they live off victimhood and enslavement. Trump is not a president who's going to sit with you crying in a cup of tea. Rather he brings a ton of energy and encourages people to rebuild their lives.






Aug. 28, 2017

HURRICANE HARVEY & HOUSTON FLOODS


Harvey arrived on the shores of Texas as a hurricane Friday night, packing sustained wind speeds as high as 130 mph. As of Monday, it was classified a tropical storm with maximum winds of 45 mph, and it has parked itself over the southeastern Texas. Thousands of residents, many in the towns of Port Aransas, Port O'Connor, and Corpus Christi, where the hurricane first made landfall, evacuated their homes, and at least nine deaths have been reported. Tens of thousands could be driven into shelters, and hundreds of thousands could seek some sort of disaster assistance, officials said. "This is a landmark event for Texas," Brock Long, the Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator, said. "Texas has never seen an event like this." (More)


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