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Tropical Storm Edouard

Tropical Storm EdouardPosition: 28.1 N 89.6 W. [1 AM CDT]
Movement: West [270°] near 9 mph.
Maximum sustained winds: 50 mph.
Wind Gusts: 55 mph.
Tropical Storm Wind Radius: 35 miles.
Minimum central pressure: 1005 mb.

About 75 miles South Southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River.

This the Invest 91L that popped up in the Gulf yesterday.

There is now a Hurricane Watch from Intercoastal City to Port O’Connor, Texas.

2 comments

1 Steve Bates { 08.03.08 at 9:24 pm }

It looks tonight (Sun.) as if Edouard is coming to visit the Galveston/Houston area, possibly Tuesday morning, possibly just reaching hurricane strength at landfall. But we all know how rapidly things can change. We’re already prepared for a small hurricane; unless the forecast looks much worse, we’ll just ride it out here.

2 Bryan { 08.03.08 at 10:05 pm }

When it decided to make it’s move, it really got into gear. This is the mess that has been providing us with daily thunderstorms for more than a week.