The 00Z GFS appears to be a little further west with its landfall forecast, though still north of Galveston. It also continues to take the vorticity remnant of Rita back into the Gulf after a few days inland. I think we can safely assume that the steering currents will basically collapse for awhile after it makes landfall, so somebody could get a lot of rain. Exactly where it drifts will be difficult to say.
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