Tropical Storm Humberto – Update

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Tropical Storm Humberto is steadily gaining strength as it closes in on the Texas coast near Freeport. Radar animations from Houston show a well-defined circulation, with plenty of low-level spiral bands wrapping around the center. Humberto is organizing quickly, and it is a good thing it has less than 12 hours remaining over water. Despite the rather intimidating appearance of Humberto on radar, the winds have not shown a major increase yet.

The drive south out of Houston this evening was impressive with Humberto sitting in the Gulf. Light rain (very light) was falling as I got close to home. Luckily the track is veering more easterly as the storm moves closer. That will put us on the drier side of the track. Updates to follow…

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  1. My brother Dan was still alive and living in Houston when it got majorly flooded. Were you there then? About ten years ago.

    Guess it’s about time I change your old link to this one.

    Hope you’re doing well, Gary.

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