#3 they are talking right now about the models and all the talk is about it may go to N.O. they just said 3 good models show it going there.I cannot find 1 MIND YOU 1 that shows this storm going there.
God if they're forcasting on fox like that, CNN(which is wayyy more inflamitory than fox is) must be forcasting a N/E hit on NO. Personally I think the jetstream would have to drop like 2000 miles and come up into the s-w of rita to give it enough power to make it go north enough to hit NO but thats just my wild forcasting.
I think it's important that people realize that Rita is going to build some in the next 2-3 days, that no matter where you are in the north part of the GOM, you are going to get a little bit of storm surge. The levees in NO are damaged and quite possibly cannot take even CAT1 storm surges without being broken in places which have not been shored up.
-------------------- Leave it to Accuweather to take the accuracy out of weather.
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