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Invest 94L

Invest 94L
Position: 18.5 N 86.3 W. [2PM CDT]
Movement: Northwest [325°] near 9 mph.
Maximum sustained winds: 25 mph.
Wind Gusts: 35 mph.
Minimum central pressure: 1010 mb.

Currently over the Yucatan Peninsula. May come ashore around the Texas-Louisiana border as a tropical depression or storm on Monday.

2 comments

1 Steve Bates { 09.22.07 at 6:07 pm }

At least the upper Texas coast has had a week or two of sunny or cloudy-bright days to dry out pretty thoroughly from that period of rain-soaked afternoons with some flooding. I’m not ready to relax, but if it does come here, things could be worse on the ground. What’s the situation in Louisiana?

2 Bryan { 09.22.07 at 7:39 pm }

They haven’t dried out and sure don’t need it, but if it doesn’t pull another Humberto, things should be okay. It will shut down refineries, because they aren’t going to risk another cut-off, so oil will spike again.