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Originally posted by dangermouse
Here ya' go Harry55, Katrina was the 3rd lowest pressure at landfall at 920 and the 4th lowest recorded Atlantic hurricane at 902.
Originally posted by Harry55
I have been watching the BOUYS in the Gulf near Rita. The surface wind has been around 70 mph average gusts. If I am converting properly knots to mph. Kind of interesting to watch the reports come in and see what the storm is doing. You might want to check it out if you have not already. Waves, barometric pressure and wind speed. Just learning to do this.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
Joe Bastardi was on FOX, he said it would become a 5 and hit as 4 or 5 and would be the most powerful storm to hit that region in over 100 years. I wouldn't take this lightly, it really does look it could be another Katrina.
[edit on 9/20/2005 by djohnsto77]