Truly an excellent discussion out of Tampa this morning. It appears that Katrina is moving just south of due west. Oddly enough, the farther south this make landfall, the worst it could be for Florida's west coast IF it turns north and closely hugs the coastline. It will mean less time over land, and more time over the warm Gulf waters. With a track farther west, the Panhandle has some serious trouble.
-------------------- Ronn Raszetnik - Hazards Geographer
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