Earlier this week, the National Weather Service of the United States announced a storm forming in the Gulf Coast named Nicholas, which is expected to affect the Mexico-Texas regions. 3-5 inches of rain are expected for the Houston area alone and many are familiar with the severity of flooding within the city.
These regions have a history of hurricanes, tropical storms, tornadoes, and flooding, so it’s typically not a surprise when the weather center announces one. Texas in particular has been spared from gigantic hurricanes the past couple of years; the most recent infamous one, Hurricane Harvey left much property damage and claimed more than its fair share of lives.
The question that many wonder is if Dracul itself is prepared for another hurricane and if so what’s the most that could happen? We spoke with the Dracul government to learn more.
“There’s a large amount of wildlife within Dracul, which includes many turtles, birds, snakes, and especially deer. During this habit restoration project, we want to ensure that the animals do not become displaced due to damage within the area.” said Vice President Stephen Luke. “During Harvey we surveyed the area and found that most of the damage was flooding, tree limbs down, and some minimal damage to the roof of the Bran House.” he added.
With Dracul being mostly a barren and inhospitable area, most of the ground becomes saturated with heavy rains, which results in flooding. Luckily for those who are citizens of the Commonwealth, their homes are not located within Dracul.
“I have 100% confidence that should Dracul receive another storm or hurricane that we will not be severely affected.” said President Drew Howie. “We just have to wait for the water to go down, especially in Horsepen Bayou, before we can carry out any visits or events.” he added.