I f I look on the infrared loop, I would say, that there are a lot of positiv signs last two hours. Cloud top temperatures are generally raising. The eye looks not that concentric anymore. Itīs very ragged. A lot of wobbling. Dryer air seems to be entrained from the west. So, it seems to me that Rita has some serious "diggestiv" problems. It also seems to track somewhere near the TX/LA-border, what shouldnīt be the worst, compared to other possibilities. So, I would hope, that this would continue and that we`ll have a weaker Rita at landfall than expected.
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