Just heard Dr. Lyons say the nhc is expecting the system to eventually turn to the west, then NW, then N... but then what he then said was CHILLING.... that the nhc expects it to regain strength to 145 mph in 72 hours and be heading in a northly direction, acceleratiing in forward speed as it impacts land... which is what would be expected if it is picked up by a strong trough.... a strong CAT 4... going NORTH.... geesh, this is one prediction that I hope the nhc is way off on....
If.... IF..... IF ..... IF (did I say if) this comes to fruition...
THIS IS NOT GOOD NEWS GANG for the people on the northern gulf coast....
and if the nhc's prediction is right, then people along the GC needs to start seriously implementing their hurricane plans early this week, if not tomorrow... if this thing even looks like its going to turn N, people need to start taking action pretty quick...
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