Thursday, September 22, 2005

Hurricane Rita Update

At 10:00 a.m. Rita took another little jog to the northeast. Bad news for folks up the coast, good news for me. If the storm continues to track in that direction, we might be OK, after all.

The highways out of Houston look like a scene from a bad disastrophe flick. Every time I see a picture, I'm glad I stayed here.

Keep those good thoughts going.

5 comments:

Jeff Ragovin said...

At 11 AM EST, Ritas Top winds were 165 mph, slightly down 10 mph from 5 AM. Currently there is a A Hurricane Warning in effect from Port Mansfiled Texas to Intracoastal City Louisiana. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect from East of Morgan City Louisiana to the Mouth of the Mississippi River A Tropical Storm watch is in effect from East of Intracoastal City to Morgan City Louisiana and from South of Port Mansfield to Brownsville Texas.

Juri said...

Bill, hope everything goes okay. All the best to you and your family.

Guyot said...

Be well.

Be safe.

Sling Words said...

Hey, Bill. Larry and I decided to stay put. Sent our daughter west to San Antonio. She left at 4:15 this morning. By 11:45, she wasn't even at Columbus and didn't have enough gas to make it to San Antone, and no stations had gas along the way. We told her to come home. In forty minutes, she was home. Hope you and Judy make it okay.

Jaime J. Weinman said...

Best wishes, Bill.