Surviving the Storm | Katrina Storm Surges Weaken

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By the time Hurricane Katrina crashed onshore along the Northern Gulf Coast, wind speeds had weakened to category 3 strength. The weaker winds did little to lessen the impact of the storm surge.

Meteorologist Leigh Spann shows us why and what caused the storm to weaken.

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