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July 08, 2005

Hurricane Dennis continuing to weaken over Cuba, Hurricane Watch posted for Gulf Coast - updated with local statements

NHC just posted a hurricane watch for the northeast Gulf Coast. A graphic is below. I am still watching Hurricane Dennis as it moves over Cuba and continues to weaken. The latest advisory lists Hurricane Dennis at 135 mph and, more importantly, the pressure is up to 949 mb. Hurricane Dennis is carving out and elongated track across the island that is likely leaving complete devastation behind in its path. See my previous posts about the future track and intensity of Hurricane Dennis. In summary, Hurricane Dennis will likely regain category 4 intensity in the Gulf of Mexico and possibly weaken as it moves north over some cooler water, but ultimately still strike the U.S. coast as a major hurricane.

For those of you in Gulf Coast, below are links to local hurricane statements:
Key West
Miami
Tampa
Tallahassee
Mobile
New Orleans

Tracking God's Fury:
ATLANTIC
Tropical Storm Maria
Tropical Storm Nate
Hurricane Ophelia
EASTERN PACIFIC
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