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Latest Storm Information Texas Coastline Landfall Corpus Christi

THE WIND FIELD COULD EFFECT AREAS WEST AND NORTH FOR MANY MILES.

DISTURBANCE 6 is 21.5N 86.5 W or approx. 40miles NNE of Cancun MX.

Movement it to N at 10mph. Max tropical storm winds now reach out to 180miles.

Chances of further development are at 90%, but confidence in the forecast is still low, too many variables as yet.  

As the center of the system approaches the Yucatan channel this morning, the low level circulation is getting better defined. It can be expected to reach tropical storm level this evening. Conditions in the Gulf of Mexico are ideal for development so the forecast still calls for the system to peak as a moderate tropical storm with winds up to 50mph. Some models are calling for a slightly stronger storm. It might reach up to 60-65mph. It is possible that it will slightly weaken as it approaches the TX coast to have only 45mph winds at landfall. (Corpus Christi)

Models are coming into convergence on the system moving toward TX. A few still say LA. Enough ridging should force it to the west before it reaches the northern Gulf. This will be a very large system so heavy squalls should be expected from SE LA through the lower TX coast. Beware of “cones” or “possible tracks” you see on teewee. No source that I can find is showing such on this system yet, only possible data from different models (spaghetti).

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5 Responses to Latest Storm Information Texas Coastline Landfall Corpus Christi

  1. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    Storms like this can turn ugly fast. Get ready for this winter, it’s going to be ugly.

  2. MARK WIDERSTROM says:

    ALREADY PREPARED HERE IN HOUSTON, HAVE EM GENERATOR READY ,HAVE FOOD AND WATER . HAVE HAM RADIOS UP AND RUNNING. CALLED A LIST OF PEOPLE I KNOWN IN CORPUS CHRISTI AND SURROUNDING AREAS

    MARKWW

    • flee says:

      Fkng A man.
      Now that’s what I call prepped.
      We don’t need a Katrina 2.0
      Hunker down brothers and sisters.

  3. mosquitohawk says:

    “Chances of further development are at 90%, but confidence in the forecast is still low, too many variables as yet.”

    They are still manipulating the coordinates of the storm so it can do the maximum amount of damage. HAARP.

  4. DL. says:

    Just what my son, daughter-in-law, and grandson need–another Hurricane Rita scenario! You know..stuck in traffic for TEN HOURS escaping a storm that never happened (instead it wiped out Cajun country….)

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