Friday, September 12, 2008

Ike

We're safe from Ike, save for tropical winds and rain the main hit from Ike is going to be Texas and it looks like Gavelston and Houston. You know when one of these storms form in the Gulf you wish for it to miss you and hit somewhere else, but you really don't want it to hit somewhere else like Houston. There needs to be some sort of empty area that it can hit, but with more and more being built that's becoming less of a chance. The only good thing, and good is a relative term here, is that the storm should hit only (and I know just typing only it's more than just only) be a cat 2 and not the 4 it once was forcasted as. My thoughts and hopes are with the people of Texas right now, may they come out of this safe.

1 comment:

Travis said...

I saw some pictures today of the early stages of the storm surge. It looks like this could be a bad one.

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