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2010: Hurricane Alex

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Powered by hurricane-tracking software from Stormpulse.com.

Tropical Storm Alex formed overnight...

http://www.weather.com/outlook/weather-news/news/articles/tropical-depression-one-storm-hurricane-alex-2010-_2010-06-23

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I've added the Stormpulse interactive Alex tracking map to the first message in this thread.

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Interesting, when I looked yesterday the projected paths were much further north/east. Best that it stays away from all of the oil anyway, although one from this location could just keep it further out of Texas (but do LA/MS/AL/FL much worse). I'm hoping a storm doesn't enter the gulf on the Rita/Ike path and push tons of oil this way during the season.

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Well, a direct hit isn't likely, but we're going to get wet and might even have to deal with some windy outer bands of action. Reminds me of when I was in Baton Rouge when Rita hit the state line. Somehow, all that day skinny lines of rain/wind just managed to line up right over us all day and caused a bit of damage in a few areas.

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Weatherbug just alerted me we have a coastal flood watch in effect this evening through Thursday evening.

If you have a house on the water, you might want to move the furniture upstairs.

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The only people that need tohead north are those near the coastline IF that thing hits a cat 2. Me? if its a cat 3 or higher, I will just head to hwy6 and i10 for a few hours. And like Ike, I will come back home before the storm leaves the city limits.

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