Published on August 28th, 2012 by Renee Sylvestre-Williams
Hurricane Isaac is bearing down on Louisiana and has made landfall according to the US National Hurricane Center. It’s a category one hurricane with winds of at least 75 mph (80 mph according to Google).
We took a look at what was being said on social media. The Buzz Graph breaks it down very quickly.
Storm, Tampa, Isaac and Republican are the most commonly-used words. The Republican convention is happening in Florida and the news has reported that they’re getting a lot of rain thanks to the outer bands.
Did you notice the dotted line on the top left of the graph? It’s Katrina. Isaac is hitting Louisiana on the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s destructive travels along the southern US coastline.
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