Didnt know we had a new thread posted, but Mike raises some very cogent points about inland Ivan...
The latest cone puts NoLa in play albeit on the western side, and to be honest that freaks me out. I do think a landfall between the PCB and Biloxi is my prediction, but I'm no meterologist, I just played one on TV.....
Secondly, the inland track puts TS Ivan right over the Gold Dome in Downtown Atlanta right at rush hour...Urgh!
I'll place a wager that the local mets will be comparing the flooding in Georgia from Ivan to the flooding from Hurricane Opal
Just also heard a report on WSB-TV and they said that at least 50% of the homes on Grand Cayman were damaged...
Pray for our neighbors to the south and for those who are in the bullseye in the track of Ivan....
-------------------- You know it's a bad day.....when you wake up and see Jim Cantore and Geraldo Rivera broadcasting from your backyard....literally!
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