Sunday, August 31, 2008

Gustav moving at 15mph; straight path will be deadly - landfall likely west of New Orleans

SeaBlogger: General rule for Gustav in the Gulf: the quicker it moves, the more severe it will be at landfall. If it slows, shear will weaken it more, and dry air will entrain off the land. Watch the speed and course: slowing and wavering will be good signs. But if it settles on a straight path after Cuba and moves steadily, someone will get pretty hard hit at the end of it.

The majority of computer models predict a landfall in Louisiana, west of New Orleans.

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