Well, we all know these things bobble a bit, but I can understand why someone could worry about seemingly innocuous movements with regard to a monster like Rita. No one is seriously suggesting that NO will take anything like a direct hit, but rainfall is a real problem. If Rita continues to enlarge, you may see some significant rainfall in NO. On FOX (take it for what it is worth) they are saying even 3 inches of rain could seriously affect the jury-rigged levee system leading to reflooding of some areas. So movements 50 miles one way or the other could have a significant impact.
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