Seems the current track is taking it west of Galveston, possibly Matagorda Bay. They seem pretty confident in the track. However our area is still in the cone. What are the chances it could go more east? Is it the speed of the storm that is affecting where it will make landfall? I know the track may be determined by what the high does. Most here are getting gas, water, etc. just in case. Also, what are we looking at intensity wise?
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