Skip to comments.Tropical storm watch in effect from Southeast Texas to Louisiana
Posted on 06/19/2017 3:29:42 PM PDT by Snickering Hound
SOUTHEAST TEXAS A tropical storm watch is in effect west of Intracoastal City, Louisiana to High Island.
The disturbance that KFDM meteorologists had been monitoring since last week is expected to emerge over the southern Gulf of Mexico on Monday.
It is expected to become more organized once it emerges over the open Gulf, when it could turn into a tropical storm
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How long will it take until someone starts blaming President Trump (damn it feels good to say that) for this?
Raining buckets and thundering and lighting like hell here on The Jersey Shore.
We need the rain in south Georgia and northern Florida.
That Okefenokee swamp needs a lot of rain to put out the fire.
On the local news 24/7. Why don’t they just wait until they know something, although based on their past performance, it will be the day after something makes landfall somewhere. Rain forecasts for Houston area are all the way from .1 of an inch to 16 inches.
Good grief. The really bad thing is that this is only the beginning of hurricane season. To think that every cloud formation is going to be blown into something approaching a Cat 5 by the so-called forecasters is just so bizarre. These people need to get a life.
I'd go first, but I'm sure I'm too late.
....How long will it take until someone starts blaming President Trump (damn it feels good to say that) for this?
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“To think that every cloud formation is going to be blown into something approaching a Cat 5 by the so-called forecasters is just so bizarre. These people need to get a life.”
I think you need to get a life!
Our family does have a life - a very organized, busy one. If we decide to bug out, like we did with Ike, takes about an hour to load everything, notify clients and employers and we’re out of here. Ultimate destination depends on where the story is likely headed. Most difficult part is finding and loading the cat.
The NHC reports TS Cindy at 45 mph. Actual wind speeds are NHC reported wind speeds less 10 mph. So it is likely that TS Cindy doesn’t even have tropical storm force winds at this time. It will be interesting to see what the highest recorded on-shore sustained wind speed will be.
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