Hurricane Katrina's effects, at a glance:
Category One hurricane, then headed into the Gulf of Mexico.
Navarre Beach, Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key were urged to
customers in South Florida remained without power Monday morning.
wind damage at 600 (m) million dollars to two (b) billion dollars.
Mexico but weakened slightly and came ashore early Monday as a
Category Four storm with wind of 145 miles-per-hour.
city of 485-thousand to evacuate. For those who couldn't, the city
opened 10 shelters, including the Superdome, and urged people to
bring three- to five days worth of supplies.
left, leaving about 97-thousand still in town.
estimated to be without power
failed at around 5 a.m. Monday.
approached record levels, threatening a large number of homes.
headed inland Sunday. Thousands spent the night in shelters.
and tree-bending winds. Frothy gulf waters swirled in the streets
of Gulf Shores.
County and the beachfront and flood-prone areas of Baldwin County
were told to leave.
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the first time today. Oil companies shut down one (m) million
barrels of refining capacity in the Gulf, but that amount could be
far higher because not every producer reports data, said Peter
Beutel, an oil analyst with Cameron Hanover.