New Orleans is getting major attention because it is below sea level and it has the possibility of massive casualties if people did not heed the warning and evacuate.
I don't Think that Biloxi and Mobile are getting any less attention at least not on any of the sources I'm monitoring. We al know that P-cola is right there in the right quadrant of the storm as well.
I'm glad N.O. has evacuated. Ivan may very well keep going on a NNW path and not turn North which will take it much closer to the N.O. metro area. I'm sorry this storm has to hit anyone. Please stay safe.
BTW, NHC had that same equipment on Fla's east coast during Frances last week. looks like a big radar.
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