Hurricane Delta is lashing the U.S. Gulf Coast tonight.The Category 2 storm is expected to make landfall in Southwest Louisiana this evening.Outer bands have been hitting throughout the afternoon,dumping rain in towns and cities including Galveston in Southeast Texas and pounding Lake Charles in Louisiana with strong winds.This is the second hurricane to hit the region in just six weeks.It is also the fifth hurricane and 10th named storm to make landfall in the U.S. this season, making this one of the most active hurricane seasons in a century.Ken Graham is the director of the National Hurricane Center. And he joins me now from Miami.Ken Graham, thank you for joining us again.Give us the very latest on where Hurricane Delta is.Yes, the very latest formation we have, still 105-mile-an-hour winds, so still a significantly strong hurricane here.And we are right now getting part of the eye wall moving on shore in Southwest Louisiana,very close to where we had Hurricane Laura also make landfall. So, as that moves forward,you're going to see more of those hurricane-force winds move into Louisiana. And it's a big storm.So, so many people, Judy are going to feel the tropical-storm-force winds, in addition to that hurricane-force wind.So, tell us what you are most concerned, what people should be most concerned about here. Is it the water, is it the winds, or both?Well, it really is both, because, if you look at the situation, it's a large storm.Larger storms produce more storm surge. The tropical-storm-force winds extend out about 160 miles from the center.