This is the nervous time, where everyone starts trying to figure exactly where a storm will go, tomorrow night we'll find out. But in any case it won't matter much, the area that gets hit and to the east of it will be pounded, the area south and west will be as too, just not so much with the extreme surge.
Angle of approach, forward motion, and position along with tide timing will be the major factors with Rita. Rita's pressure is up a little bit, but I think it will hold around here, or weaken some more overnight.
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