Isaac Still Causing Problems Days After Landfall
NEW ORLEANS, La- Nearly a week after making landfall in the U.S. , Isaac is still causing problems.
President Obama will make his first visit to the gulf coast since Hurricane Isaac to see the damage from the slow moving storm that ignited tornadoes, caused massive flooding and downed power lines.
About a quarter of a million people in Louisiana and Mississippi still have no power six days after the storm passed, and of course, it's hot.
With the heat index hitting 105, cleanup has been more than a chore, it's been oppressive.
The remnants of Isaac are moving to the north and east, bringing more rain and flooding but also some relief from the severe drought in those places.
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