Quote: Actually Psyber..Katrina was moving at 12 mph at landfall..forward speed increased in the 12 hours before ...
Sorry, i meant to indicate while it was building and i mixed my sentences hehe. Either way Rita is a completely different beast than Katrina was, even though its going through the florida straights in a somewhat simular position.(You can already see the panic in places which honestly have extremely low chances of being hit like NO/Gulf Coast)
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