Even though Hurricane Bonnie was downgraded to a tropical depression, it could still wreak havoc on the northern Gulf Coast when it arrives later today. With winds of up to 35 miles per hour, it has already crossed Florida and could make landfall anywhere from Louisiana to Texas and regain tropical storm strength. "While it's only forecasted to be tropical depression at this point, we know from experience that it's best to prepare for the worst and hope for the best," Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said. BP’s recovery effort has been halted and all ships in the area were ordered back to shore. Operations at the well could be delayed by as many as 10 to 14 days. Meanwhile, it seems that nothing can stop BP from trying to conduct business as usual. The company announced that it is due to begin deep-water drilling off the coast of Libya in the next few weeks.