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Katrina remains a Category 3 hurricane but it is continuing to strengthen as it's central pressure falls. Hurricane hunter aircraft report that the eye is closed but still somewhat ragged. The hurricane should track across a deep and warm layer of water over the central Gulf; and with little to no upper-level wind shear across the entire Gulf, intensification will occur. Katrina should become a Category 4 hurricane Sunday and could even reach Category 5 intensity before Monday morning.
Originally posted by Mizar
I'm in a higher part of town. Not projected to get any flooding. On that artivle that was posted" If blah hit NO" I was in an area that had no flooding and was above sealevel. I don't live in the city.
I;m verry worried about the coast line. IF we get another hit on this scale soon I can Garuentee that south Liousiana will be nonexistiant.
Originally posted by Indy
This is the most incredible satellite image I think I have ever seen of a storm.
Originally posted by Kitsunegari
thank you brykc, i hope we wont be too late.
By Sunday morning, queues had begun forming on the main roads leading out of the city and hotels as far as 150 miles (240km) north reported that they were fully booked.