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Computer models tracking Tropical Storm Harvey entering the Gulf of Mexico are predicting an initial landfall in southern Texas, then re-entry to the Gulf of Mexico before a SECOND Landfall in southern Louisiana. Rainfall projections are being called “CATASTROPHIC” at forty-three inches (43″) [1100mm].
Making forecasts even worse: Risk also of a tornado outbreak if the trajectory and slow displacement of the storm is confirmed.
The European Model of weather forecasts has been incredibly reliable for storms such as this in the past, and according to various readings, Harvey (called Invest 09L) could develop into a Category 1 or 2 Hurricane within the next 24 hours!
originally posted by: RoScoLaz5
good luck to all those in the path. over here (uk) this year has seen more rain than any year i can remember. it's grim.
Texas Gulf Coast between Houston and Galveston.