PENSACOLA, Fla. - As New Orleans and the rest of the Gulf area braces for impact from the impending Hurricane Isaac, many an Oklahoman aren't standing idle.
Bristow native Terry Bavousette is currently working with the Red Cross in Pensacola, Fla. and may once again be moving as the storm shifts further.
2News chief meteorologist Dan Threlkeld spoke with Bavousette via Skype Tuesday to get the latest from the ground.
Check the above video player to watch some of Dan's Skype session.
See how residents in the Gulf Coast are preparing for Isaac in our photo gallery. If you're reading this on your phone, click on this link - http://bit.ly/NUi0sw. Track the storm with our interactive map at www.kjrh.com/isaac or on our Interactive Weather Center app for iPhone ( http://bit.ly/oVm3py ) or iPad ( http://bit.ly/qEU8cz ) or Storm Shield app ( http://bit.ly/kjrhstormshield ).
Isaac is expected to make landfall over southeastern Louisiana, possibly the New Orleans area, either late Tuesday or early Wednesday.
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