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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Tropical Storm Humberto

Tropical Storm Humberto is coming ashore slowly somewhere between Freeport and Galveston, TX. The current track is actually further to the east than originally expected to we will get the left side of the storm but the eye will still pass mighty close if not directly overhead.

This is a slow moving storm. The worst case scenario is where Humberto parks just off the coast or slightly inland dumping rain on us like Allison did several years ago. The city of Houston is a little better off compared to when Allison came ashore thanks to millions of dollars of drainage projects but rainfall around 10 inches will certainly play havoc in the area in general. The Texas coast is quite flat and the land is saturated all the way up to Dallas. Flooding is a major concern.

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