Tropical Storm Bonnie

Bonnie will be entering the Gulf of Mexico Saturday and, because of its fast movement, will make land Sunday afternoon/night, most likely in Louisiana as a tropical storm.  Southeast Texas is in the cone, but, as you can see, all of the models have Bonnie hitting Louisiana or Mississippi.  Unless it travels on the left hand side of the cone, our effects should be minimal.  We’ll see a few more clouds Sunday and possibly some rain, but, because we’ll be on the dry or “clean” side of this storm, we’ll miss most of the action.  Watch the Bonnie webcast below for an in depth look at the storm and how it will affect the oil spill. 

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