Skip to comments.Tropical Storm Lee [interests in Louisiana need to check the rainfall forecasts]
Posted on 09/01/2011 4:54:36 PM PDT by NautiNurse
Tropical Depression Thirteen has developed in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Or rather.....wish I had a well in Texas!!!!
Also keep your eye on on-again-off-agin-was-H1-now-TS Katia. Hope Katia doesn’t gottcha.
A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for the coast of the
northern Gulf of Mexico from Pascagoula Mississippi westward
to Sabine Pass Texas.
the focus will be on new orleans
Thank you, NN.
All my Texas relatives are praying for rain.
You have A LOT of folks on the Face Book Free Republic page looking for you. I think you would be surprise at the group that has collected over there
LOL—will have to check it out!
Gov. Jindal calls state of emergency as tropical depression spins in Gulf
St. Bernard officials get ready for tropical weather system
Is that like, wasting away again in Margaretaville?
Turn west! Turn west!
Thanks for the Louisiana emergency info. The rain forecast is surely ominous.
Should we pray for a nice-sized hurricane to hit Texas? If so, I crank up the prayer machine for ya! LOL!
I follow the forecasts from the Hydrometerological Forecast Center closely, as my office is near a river which is prone to flood. I have never seen 24" plus of rain forecast on one of their maps before. If this forecast verifies, it will cause Katrina-like damage in New Orleans.
Looks like we will be on the dry side.
Wow that’s kinda’ weird, ‘Friday the Thirteen(th).’
They sure need the rain though in many parts of TX.
Wow...what a swath of 15 inch rain. I guess NOLA pumps will hold up, but the burbs are really gonna get hammered. According to the graphic my little spot in Texas is only going to get about an inch. That’s disppointiong. Maybe the storm will inch a little farther west.
I am gonna have a cloudy day! WOO-HOOO!
I saw this one brewing on Monday.
Go LEFT, young depression! Go LEFT!