cieldumort
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Tue Aug 25 2020 08:54 PM
Re: Hurricane Laura Lounge


Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map (Inundation)

NHC Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map
From 04 PM CDT Tuesday August 25 to 07 PM CDT Saturday August 29


Laura is not only strengthening tonight, but organizing in a very meaningful way, and may already be feeling the tug to the north that a stronger, deeper, more coherent and symmetric hurricane could.

It is too early to know, but it appears increasingly possible that Laura's eye now tracks into Louisiana rather than extreme SE TX. That said, weather is going to be brutal within many, many tens of miles either side of the eye, regardless, and regions in southern Louisiana are incredibly susceptible to deadly storm surge inundation, surge that will push inland for miles and miles in some places.



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