Discussion in 'The Coffee Shop ~ Chit Chat' started by ChevyFan, Sep 7, 2008.
Looks like another Hurricane on its way to the gulf coast. Any word on where it's predicted to hit?
looks like between galveston and beaumont
which once again puts me in the part
i gassed up today //should be here around the end ofthis week :grrrrrr:
il be evac. if the track stays the same
I really freakin hope it doesn't hit SE Texas! I don't mean to wish it upon anyone else, but I just went through the headache of evacuating last week!! So many hurricanes this year!
i hear that matt! :lol:
well it looks like it is comming straight towards me! im about 40 min away from galveston (which is where it is projected to hit) !!
still up in the air about evacuating .. ..it cost so much to take the rv anywhere these days (pulling it with a 2500 dodge diesel @ 9 mpg) :grrrrrr:
we have a genny and several cans of fuel..
well see :neutral:
yall all please pray for all of us down here ..its been a while since we have had a bad hurricane..
im so glad im in the northeast, but stay safe guys!!! hope it doesnt get you!!
It'll probably miss central TX just like all of the other hurricanes. But it is heading straight towards south TX (brownsville) area right now.
Current predicted path
Computer models (ie. possible paths)
Looks like it's going to slam into South Texas somewhere, who knows where these things will hit. Best of luck to everyone down there, stay safe and get out if there is an evac. :great:
They said Corpus Cristi on the news a few minutes ago. If that is so, we will be getting some rain around here.
Looks like it's starting to flood in Galveston already, storm isn't supposed to hit until another 12 hours from now ... looks like it's going to be a bad one.
Don't hear warnings like this all the time.
As Hurricane Ike bore down on the Houston area on Friday morning, the National Weather Service issued a stern warning to people living in small houses on Galveston Island that they faced “certain death” from flooding if they remained in their homes.
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