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Hurricane Watches/Warnings
      #55217 - Mon Sep 19 2005 03:54 PM

my guess at landfall in the gulf is high-end Cat III between Matagorda, TX and Marsh Island, LA

I dont see anything that will steer Rita northward into eastern Louisiana, just as i didnt see anything that would have steered Katrina into the panhandle like the original predictions indicated--remember they were moving it eastward for a day and a half before moving the forecast track westward again

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Re: Hurricane Watches/Warnings [Re: Rabbit]
      #55220 - Mon Sep 19 2005 03:58 PM

I dont see anything to turn Rita into LA either, I just hope Houston and the Clear Lake area are not on the dirty side, if she hits Port Oconner or Lavaca Bay.

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