HOUSTON – With all eyes on the Gulf of Mexico and Hurricane Laura fast approaching, residents along the coast, from Chambers County to Louisiana, are preparing for the worst. As Laura’s path approaches, residents and local leaders are taking preemptive measures to stay safe. Your resource guide Latest forecast updates from KPRC 2 Meteorologists Live blog following all the latest updates, closures, and more LIST: These are all the evacuation orders in place in the Houston area LIVE SOCIAL FEED: What Houston’s experts are saying about Laura and Marco right now Here is KPRC2′s 2020 Hurricane & Flood Survival Guide KPRC 2′s reporters visited areas all along the Gulf Coast to meet with officials and residents who spent Monday preparing for severe weather. See those videos below: Chambers County KPRC 2 Jacob Rascon is in Winnie, Texas in Chambers County where the city set an 8 p.m.curfew. Galveston Bay Area KPRC 2 reporter Taisha Walker is in Kemah located on Galveston Bay where tides are beginning to rise High Island, TX KPRC 2 reporter Sofia Ojeda is in High Island on the Bolivar Peninsula where waters continue to rise. Galveston KPRC 2 reporter Syan Rhodes is in Galveston where crowds are watching the waves of Laura rise. Lake Charles, Louisiana KPRC 2 reporter Bill Barajas is in Lake Charles, Louisiana, as the city braces for Hurricane Laura to arrive. Beaumont KPRC 2 reporter Mario Diaz is in downtown Beaumont where first responders are preparing for Hurricane Laura. Port Arthur KPRC 2 reporter Brandon Walker is in Port Arthur where the last bus with families just evacuated. Bolivar Peninsula KPRC 2 reporter Bill Spencer is at High Island in the Bolivar Peninsula where waves are beginning to rise. Polk County KPRC 2 reporter Joel Eisenbaum has a look at evacuation and preparations happening in Polk County. Chambers County KPRC 2 senior reporter Phil Archer has a look at preparation happening in Winnie.
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