(Weather Analyst)
Tue Jul 20 2010 10:46 PM
Re: 97L


I know that we have to have a storm to develope before we can get a better idea of what it is going to do and where it is going to go. But can somebody give me some idea of how strong the HIGH Pressure may be and how far west it could go and is the northwestern gulf at risk. After going through Hurricane Rita and Ike in my area both times we were on the edge of the HIGH Pressure system. What was suppose to be a south texas landfall ended up being a south east texas landfall (big difference?)

The most recent model runs that I looked at all indicate the ridge eroding to the East which would allow a more NW to N track in the later period.

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