Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Edouard Makes Landfall on Texas Coast

Edouard made landfall as a strong tropical storm on the Texas coast this morning. At 7 am Central, the center of the storm was between High Island and Sabine Pass. Maximum winds were 65 mph, and tropical storm force winds extended up to 70 miles from the center. Gradual weakening is likely today as the storm moves further inland.

1 comment:

EliRabett said...

I post this whenever the pollution in China is mentioned. If you look at Monet's paintings of London that is the way it looked. I've seen it in China and in eastern Europe in the 1990s.

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