The NHC sees this thing as already starting to develop convection, especially around the north and west quadrants.
this will be interesting. Storms in August that enter the GOM are not a good thing. I logged in for years as Rick in Mobile. good to be back. this is the first storm worth talking about. You already know what I think. I don't post until I know it's gonna be a "bad" one.
I'm in New Orleans at a refinery in Chalmette, La. still tore up around here. streets off Rampart have no power. (poor area)
New Orleans, and really, anywhere around here, can't take any more. hope this fizzles. However, if one were to plot a storm in a "most likely" spot to curve into the gulf...we have it...
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