These are RadarScope (RS) screen shots captured between 10:04 and 10:05 this morning. To orient you, we’re going west to east beginning with the southern most states of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, then again west to east one notch further north. While is is true that the center of the low pressure system that is/was
Looks like it’s raining a little. https://www.earthcam.com/usa/louisiana/neworleans/bourbonstreet/?cam=catsmeow2
U.S. Rainfall potential @NHC.NOAA.GOV
Potential Tropical Cyclone Two …DISTURBANCE IS NOT A DEPRESSION YET BUT EXPECTED TO BE ONE SOON… …STORM SURGE, HEAVY RAINS, AND HURRICANE CONDITIONS ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE NORTH-CENTRAL GULF COAST IN A COUPLE OF DAYS… Citations after I’ve had coffee. Mr. Big Food tells me Drudge is on it.
Just a few minutes ago. Right now we’re forecast to get some wind and rain. Here’s the thing that occurred to me. They have issued a hurricane watch. But it is still “POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE TWO.” They are bored or super confident in the models. Rest assured I will monitor this and provide commentary.
It’s almost like the weather folks are bored. No matter. Patio and outdoor kitchen are buttoned up except for a few plants on the picnic table. Bunkhouse is tidied up and ready to receive occupants should we have to bug out of the Big House. Frankly, I’m not seeing it. The low pressure of the
With regard to a possible developing tropical system near the north central Gulf coast by late this week, based on the ECENS and GEFS, it currently appears most probable that it will migrate into the northwestern Gulf coast vicinity by this weekend, before weakening inland of coastal areas. The track of any lingering remnants becomes