|News - Hurricanes|
|Written by Heidi Farrar|
|Monday, 09 November 2009 12:08|
Ida has been downgraded to a tropical storm, with maximum sustained winds coming it at ~ 70 MPH. At this time it appears that Ida will weaken gradually throughout the day, with landfall occurring tomorrow morning, probably very close to Mobile, AL. The greatest threat from Ida will likely be heavy rainfall, with 5+ inches possible in areas of eastern Alabama, Georgia and the Florida panhandle. A notable surge of 3-5' is also anticipated, which could threaten property along the immediate coastline. As with any landfalling tropical system, tornadoes will also be possible. Dennis Sherrod will be streaming from Alabama, with other TVN live streamers possibly on the scene as well, so be sure to follow along on the Live page.
Re:Ida threatens Gulf Coast states!
Dec 04 2009 19:22:33
May want to check your blog updates there Heidi this is at least a month old.