Bob Breck (Fox8 met in N.O., and best in the region) mentioned the multiple centers. He also showed "computer guidance" (not sure which model) that held 91L as an open wave through the Gulf at least until South of LA. Guidance showed some showers south of Lake Pontchartrain but he said the Gulf would be squashed by the high building in from the north and the east. I completely disagree with that analysis, though I'm not sure any showers will be sneaking in from the NE in our area. Nonetheless, the Gulf will be a dangerous place the rest of the week. A Petroleum Helicopters Inc. chopper crashed into the Gulf today with 5 on board (leaving the rigs and heading for Intracoastal City). 3 were found (2 alive) and 2 are still missing.
That's about all the news out of here. Time to go view some loops.
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