Looks like we Mississippi & Louisiana boys are gonna get wet...

gulfportdoc

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Marco, then Laura, bearing down upon us Monday & Wednesday. I doubt if either will be higher than a Category 1 though. Hopefully just coastal flooding and minor wind damage. Get your hip boots ready...⛈
 

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Wear your masks, it will keep the droplets out. LOL (I'm a mask fan, just joking). Stay safe everyone in these regions.

We in Colorado could use some of that rain to help contain our fires.
 
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being a survivor of frances and jean
2 hurricanes that hit vero 2 weeks apart
now you guys have two hurricanes back to back with no time to catch your breath
my prayers are with you
be safe
 

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Turns out that Marco will remain a tropical storm, and will not likely increase to a hurricane. So we're gonna get wet and have our trousers flappin', but no major damage.

Laura, on the other hand, will be a hurricane, and is tracking toward the LA/TX border. So they won't be playing much poker in Lake Charles, and our Houston friends will be a little nervous...:unsure:
 

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Stay safe coastal one pocket brethren, and not to side track the thread but that also goes for you west coasters with those fires, be smart, be safe!
 

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Turns out that Marco will remain a tropical storm, and will not likely increase to a hurricane. So we're gonna get wet and have our trousers flappin', but no major damage.

Laura, on the other hand, will be a hurricane, and is tracking toward the LA/TX border. So they won't be playing much poker in Lake Charles, and our Houston friends will be a little nervous...:unsure:
Looks like you did a good Job of steering, but our friends in South Louisiana and Texas are going to be upset with you . :D
 

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It also looks like here....Arkansas Headwaters in Fremont County Colorado, this river would be dry, well before Dodge City.

We're averaging 90-100 degrees every day, for tooooooooooooo Long....and VERY little rain....Smoke yes.
 

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Looks like you did a good Job of steering, but our friends in South Louisiana and Texas are going to be upset with you . :D
Yes they are..🤤 Marco completely fizzled, but Laura could be a nasty one to coastal LA/TX. Seems like Houston floods so easily, they'll be sweating it Thursday. It's too soon to tell though. She might track back toward N.O. Once it's in the Gulf it's almost like a Ouija board.
 
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