I don't care if they yank my subscription...here's JB's 9:00:
"I think landfall is near Pascagoula Mississippi around 3 am. The blown out of proportion threat to New Orleans can be blown back into proportion now. The storm that would cause the kind of damage that has been alluded to in New Orleans is one with the track of the 1947 hurricane, which this never had. The monster Betsy in 1965 which had winds to 175 mph when it hit just west of the mouth of the Mississippi ( see weatherwise review, Feb 1966 issue for wind field of storm in southeast Louisiana) damaged the city but did not even result in the kind of mayhem that was being alluded to with Ivan. Camille, which hit 60 northeast of the city did not.
I think this will be the worst hurricane in the history of Mobile Alabama though, worse than Frederick in 1979 and one that will do tremendous damage to the bay area and the barrier islands."
I've been saying this since Monday, but when the other's say it too...
I've been so wrong all season...why did I have to get this one right? God I feel so bad for everyone right now...
-------------------- 2005 Forecast: 14/7/4
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