Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Now I know my ABCs -- Gustav, Ike, Josephine what's next?

The next one will be Kyle and there is an area over West Africe with potential.

But back to what is close at hand. Bands of rain swirling around the remnant Gustav moved through extreme southeast Texas...golden triangle...Orange, Beaumont, Port Arthur. West of there, temperatures soared. The dew points were down a bit...so I'm going to say it was a dry heat...okay, okay a drier heat...let's call it searing. Sugar Land got up to 98. That's sidewalk egg cooking temperatures.

Anyway, guess what...we might just get an early cold front late Wednesday. Not every model agrees but I think it probably will happen thinks to the boosting push provided by what is left of Gustav. So expect slightly lower temperatures early Wednesday and a more pleasant day.

Hanna is struggling this evening but still forecast to strengthen to a hurricane by landfall on South Carolina late Friday. GFDL brings Ike into Caribbean on Sunday. And, today's new storm, Josephine is looking healthy too...don't think this will be a concern for the Houston area. Keep an eye on that Ike though.

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Stay cool and be safe.

More to come!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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