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Hurricane forecasters downgraded Ida to a tropical depression Monday evening but are still warning of dangerous storm surges and heavy rainfall in multiple states.
Ida, which made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, battered Louisiana, with reports of downed power lines, levee failures and flooding, collapsed buildings, and residents trapped on rooftops. Nearly 1 million households are still without power.
Forecasters warned that flooding from storm surges will continue through Monday in parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. Flooding could also hit portions of the Tennessee and Ohio valleys and the Mid-Atlantic through Wednesday, according to the National Hurricane Center.