Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Special time: Starts at 5 a.m. ET

As the Gulf Coast braces for the worst, FOX News has complete coverage of Hurricane Katrina (search).

We'll track the storm with hurricane specialist Richard Knabb at the National Hurricane Center in Miami.

We'll be joined by Louisiana National Guard Lt. Kevin Cowan, member of the Louisiana Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.

Hurricane Katrina triggers a massive nationwide relief effort. We'll ask Marty Evans, president and CEO of the American Red Cross, how you can help.

How is the power company in the New Orleans area coping with Katrina's fury? We'll get an update from Dan Paker, president and CEO of Energy New Orleans.

And, will the insurance industry be able to cover clean-up costs of Katrina? Bill Bailey, director of the Hurricane Insurance Information Center, weighs in.

We'll also be joined by:

• Pete Schneider, information officer with the Louisiana Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
• Scott Adcock, public information officer for the Alabama Emergency Management Agency
• Dr. Jim McFadden, chief of programs for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Aircraft Operations Center

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is taking this hurricane very seriously and pre-positioning resources to deal with the storm. We'll get an update from Mike Brown, director of FEMA.

Could as much as one third of U.S. oil production be lost because of Katrina? And what will that do to already sky high oil prices? We'll ask Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.

The New Orleans Saints fled the floods and headed for the Sunshine State, making room in their stadium for the estimated 100,000 residents who were unable to evacuate the Big Easy. Is the Superdome strong enough to withstand Katrina? We'll ask Saints' head coach, Jim Haslett.

We'll also be joined by:

• Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La.
• Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss.

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