This is what I have been saying most of the night, as of now if that High pressure in the GOM stays as strong as it is now, then it looks like a Texas, Lousiana Coast hit.. This is only if the storm survives its trip. That's why these next few model runs, and upper air features are very important these next few days before we all start to panic for the people of the Gulf Coast. I too hope the NOAA sends a G-4 plane out there, because that upper low is going to play a big part on how strong or weak TD5 or Ernesto is going to be
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