"But in the unlikely story that is America, there has never been anything false about hope."
Jeff Masters is my hurricane forecaster of choice. He called Katrina dead on the money on Friday morning, almost 24 hours before the NHC put the cone there (leaving me hysterical for those 24 hours, screaming, "They won't all be able to get out! There's not going to be enough time! Move the F^@%ing CONE!). ANYWAY, he's sounding less certain today although he's still saying we should continue to watch. There's disagreement among the models.Dotcalm
All I can say is, if Jim Cantore is broadcasting from your town, evacuate. Immediately.
Its officially Dean now. Its still too far out to tell anything. Its likely to turn north before hitting the U.S. Puerto Rico could have some trouble though.
I just wanted to second sophmom's comment. Jeff Masters is great. I got all sorts of press for my "predictions" of Katrina, but it was Dr. Masters (and Charles Fenwick) who really got me on the "New Orleans is in trouble" bandwagon in the first place.
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