Hurricane Ida has made landfall in Louisiana, just short of Category 5 with winds of 150 MPH, and all of NOLA is without power.
All of Orleans Parish — which is the city of New Orleans — is without power, according to NOLA Ready, New Orleans' emergency preparedness campaign.
If anyone in the parish has power, it's coming from a generator, NOLA Ready says.
Across Louisiana, more than 700,000 customers are without power as Hurricane Ida continues to pound the coastal state.
Power outages are expected to continue increasing as the storm moves inland.
Ida is a slow moving storm and is expected to spend days over Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky, bringing drenching rains, flooding, and more power outages before heading into the mid-Atlantic and New England by the end of the week.
Be careful out there, folks.