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PostSubject: Hurricane Humberto   Thu Sep 13, 2007 5:18 am

Hurricane Humberto makes landfall

5:36 a.m. ET 9/13/07
Wayne Verno, Meteorologists,The Weather Channel

Humberto strengthened to a hurricane overnight, just prior to making landfall around 2:00 am CDT east of High Island, Texas. Maximum winds, in a small area to the north and northeast of the center, were near 85 mph at the time of landfall.

Humberto is now inland near the Texas-Louisiana boarder, moving northeast, and will begin to weaken through today.

Hurricane warnings remain in effect from High Island, Texas to Cameron, Louisiania, and Tropical Storm Warnings remain in effect from Cameron to Intracoastal City, Louisiana; these will likely be dropped later this morning.

Heavy downpours will continue to impact far southeastern Texas this morning, across southern Louisiana and into Mississippi today. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches will be likely, with local storm total amounts of 4 to 6 inches possible, especially over far Southeastern Texas and into Louisiana. Flash flooding will be possible across all of the Lower Mississippi River Valley into Friday.

Gusty winds will still be an issue this morning, within heavy squalls, and especially near and to the east of the center of circulation, as is moves across southeast Texas and into southwest Louisiana. Downed trees and power outages will be possible this morning, but the wind threat will diminish through today.

As with any land falling tropical system, isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out to the north and east of the center of circulation, across Louisiana and into Mississippi today.

Humberto will become a remnant by Friday, with its moisture being enveloped by an approaching cold front from the north.

Meanwhile, Tropical Depression Eight is west northwest in the Atlantic; about 930 miles east of the Lesser Antilles.

Environmental conditions over this area due support some slow development, and this system could become a tropical storm (named Ingrid) later today.

A slow west to west-northwest movement is expected to continue, which will bring this system just west of the northern Lesser Antilles in about 5 days. Until then, it is of no threat to land.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Humberto   Thu Sep 13, 2007 7:32 am

Praying for everyone's safety. I just got a quick email from Redfeather, all is well.

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