Yo thanks for the heads up. I think that if Louisiana gets hit (and I really have no idea what this is going to do), it would probably be from the WSW or something - maybe a feeder band or two in Plaquemines or St. Bernard Parishes and say the Chandeleur Islands. I would assume we'd see some strong north winds and not much rain here depending on how far north the front retreats (among other things). Thursday is supposed to be the day, but it looks pretty good on Hi Res IR tonight.
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