The storm caused by "Freud's death" in the United States has not yet subsided. The incident triggered nine days of national protests. Hundreds of thousands of people broke curfews and took to the streets for the Eighth Night in a row to protest against the atrocities suffered by Freud and other black Americans. The protests highlighted racial inequality and the excessive use of force by the police in the United States, as Republican president trump prepares to seek re-election in the November 3 election. However ," man-made disaster "has not subsided, natural disasters —— tropical storm christophebar will land in the united states this weekend.
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Hurricane Cristobal could affect the United States as early as this weekend. The storm landed on the Mexican coast early Wednesday local time and is expected to move to the Gulf of Mexico later.
Over the next few days, the storm is expected to intensify, landing on the southern Bay and moving north later this week. Earlier this weekend, kristobal will be close to the Gulf Coast in the north of the United States. Later Sunday, the storm could land off the Texas coast to the Gulf coast of Alabama.
The specific impact has not yet been determined. On the basis of environmental conditions, hurricanes have the potential to rise, but there are also constraints. A destructive hurricane should be prevented.
According to the U.S. National Hurricane Center, with winds of up to 40 miles (64 kilometers) an hour, the hurricane will bring more "extreme rainfall" as far as southern Mexico and extend to Guatemala and El Salvador. It was then observed moving north, along the U.S. coast between Texas and Florida's Panhandle.
U.S. energy prices have begun to respond, with Houston's benchmark gasoline prices rising as traders ensure supplies before the storm hits. According to the data, Cristobal can push up the average retail price of a gallon of gasoline to more than $2.
The energy industry is closely following the storm in the Gulf of Mexico because offshore platforms account for 16% of U.S. crude oil production and 2.4% of natural gas production, according to the Department of energy. In addition, more than 45% of us refining capacity and 51% of us natural gas processing capacity are located in coastal areas.
BP (25.9, 0.00, 0.00%) said on Wednesday that it was evacuating offshore staff at Thunder horse, Atlantis and Na Kika platforms and reducing production. The company also said unnecessary workers had been evacuated from the "mad dog" platform, but production remained unaffected.
The weather forecast for the US coast is not clear. According to Paul Walker, a meteorologist at Pennsylvania State University AccuWeather, Christopher Barr could reach 74 miles an hour or more, depending on what happens after it reaches the Gulf of Mexico. Storms need warm sea water to strengthen, without warm sea water will weaken.
Kristobal will reappear in the southern Gulf of Mexico on Friday and move north over the weekend, according to the National Hurricane Center. Parts of the Gulf coast from Texas to Florida are at risk of storm surges, heavy rainfall and high winds.
According to the Meteorological Center, when the storm approached the United States on Sunday night and Monday morning, the maximum wind speed is expected to be 60 miles per hour.
Christaval is the third largest storm in the Atlantic this year, marking the fastest hurricane season on record.