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Re: Alex Implications for Texas This Holiday Week & Weekend
      Tue Jun 29 2010 10:47 AM

Yes.

On that note, I would probably add that with the help of daylight and a few more images, I now think the odds are even closer to 50/50 that Alex makes landfall somewhere between within 20 miles of Brownsville, Tx and roughly Matagorda Bay, and only about 1 in 4 Mexico, and 1 in 4 farther up the coast than even that.

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