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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Humberto grows to a hurricane, comes ashore


Humberto skirted along the Gulf Coast last night steadily intensifying until finally making landfall around 2 am near High Island. He is currently tracking across the Golden Triangle area of Port Arthur, Beaumont and Orange, TX. Current reports from the area indicate that IH-10 is closed in Vidor, TX and power outages are affecting the entoire region.

The highest sustained winds at 12:35 a.m. Thursday were 80 miles an hour.

According to KFDM's Greg Bostwick, the center of the storm is expected to pass over the Mid-Jefferson County Area with winds between 50-60 miles per hour.

Some local News from the area (All Courtesy of TV Channel 6 Beaumont)

100,000 Homes Without Power In Beaumont

Area School Closings

Tying up loose ends in Sabine Pass

Governor Activates Resources in Advance of Humberto

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