Friday, September 23, 2005

Hurricane RITA- UPDATE Friday, Sept. 23, 2005

As of 10:00 PM CDT, Hurricane Rita had maximum sustained winds of near 120 MPH with higher gust… The eye of Hurricane Rita is just hours from landfall... Rita is a STRONG Category Three Hurricane. Little change in strength is expected prior to landfall. Rita was moving Northwest near 12 mph. Rita is still expected to come ashore as a
Gradual weakening is then expected after RITA moves Inland…Isolated TORNADOES are possible tonight, Saturday and Saturday night over far eastern Texas, Louisiana, southern Arkansas and Mississippi.
(Photo courtesy of NOAA)
For complete up to date ADVISORIES & WARNINGS about this storm click here:
National Hurricane Center
>> Click HERE for the latest satellite imagery IR Loop
>> For latest Houston/Galveston long range Radar Loop- click here
>> Watch KPRC Local 2’s live continuous coverage of Hurricane Rita online. For this LIVESTREAM COVERAGE got to:
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>> Watch for more online continuous coverage of Hurricane Rita too. For this
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