2011 will forever be inked as the year of Hurricane Irene, and the following photos cement the storm’s place in American history. Deaths are still mounting along the East Coast Tuesday, and Hurricane Irene pictures that are circulating, like the ones below, show just how dire the situation is. MORE
The Hurricane Irene video featured here shows the destructive damage already caused by the storm since hitting the east coast a few days ago. Flooding has been the main catalyst, as huge waves of water are shown destroying towns in New York and Vermont in the video footage.
While Hurricane Irene damage hasn’t been quite as bad as some thought it may be before its path brought it to U.S. soil at the beginning of the weekend, it still left 5 million homes and businesses without power and has a death toll of at least 24 people Monday. MORE
Hurricane Irene may be coming your way, or perhaps you are in a place where the weather just doesn’t want to play nice with your skin, makeup, and hair. As frustrating as that can be, there is hope. Here are several beauty tips that can help you beat-the-heat and humidity. MORE
“If you are in the projected path of this hurricane, you have to take precautions now,” Obama said Friday morning. Obama urged residents and visitors in the eastern states where Hurricane Irene is expected to hit this weekend according to storm tracker predictions, to take the dangers of the storm seriously. MORE
The Hurricane Irene path is currently on its way out of the Bahamas and surging northwest toward the United States, which caused three Governors to declare a state of emergency in their states. Mandatory evacuations have also been started in Hyde County, North Carolina.
As the Hurricane Irene path moves away from the Bahamas Thursday and northwest towards the east coast of the United States, three governors have declared a state of emergency in their respective states along the Eastern Seaboard. MORE