Isidore may hit the Northern Gulf coast from New Orleans to Apalachicola. When you look at times past (Frederic, Camille, Elena, Georges) Hurricanes that come from just below Cuba and near Jamaica, usually come up to this area this time of year. (Climatology speaking)
Let's just hope that before landfall, Isidore isn't as strong as he could get. I won't get my hopes up. The beaches have already taken a beating from these past storms. Not sure how much more they can take.
-------------------- Direct Hits:
Hurricane Erin (1995) 100 mph
Hurricane Opal (1995) 115 mph
Hurricane Ivan (2004) 130 mph
Hurricane Dennis (2005) 120 mph
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