Thursday, September 13, 2007

Hurricane Humberto Makes Landfall

Hurricane Humberto
Makes Landfall
Thursday, September 13, 2007
4:00am CDT

Hurricane Humberto came ashore early this morning around 2:00am CDT as a Category One Hurricane and was packing maximum sustained winds of around 85 mph. Humberto is now just inland over Southeastern Texas or about 60 miles northeast of Galveston Texas...

As of 4:00am CDT, Hurricane Humberto had Maximum Sustained Winds near 85 mph with higher gust... confined to a small area northeast of the center. Humberto is a Category One Hurricane and weakening is forecast during the next 24 hours as Humberto continues to move inland.

The Estimated Minimum Central Pressure is 986 MB... 29.12 Inches.

Rainfall amount of 5 to 10 inches are expected along the track of Humberto from southwestern to northwestern Louisiana... across far southeastern Arkansas and into central and northern Mississippi... WITH ISOLATED MAXIMUM ACCUMULATIONS OF 15 INCHES POSSIBLE.

Read more up to date info on Humberto HERE
* View 30 minute updates of GOES Floater Imagery
* View 30 minute updates of GULF-Infrared Satellite Loop HERE
* View NWS Lake Charles, LA RADAR Loop HERE

Info/Map & Satellite Imagery by NWS TPC/National Hurricane Center, Miami FL/SSD

* has this report...
Hurricane Humberto Makes Landfall Near High Island

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