Tropical Storm Isaac Should Rival Hurricane Katrina
By Michael Barak, Joseph Bastardi and Alan Lammey
On August 24th, we warned on Forbes that Tropical Storm Isaac could pose a threat to energy markets and even rival Hurricane Katrina in its destructive power (Could Tropical Storm Isaac Turn Into Another Katrina?). While the computer models are still showing a substantial spread in solutions, it appears more likely that Isaac will make landfall somewhere near the Louisiana, Mississippi Gulf Coast. This track will provide the storm more time to intensify over the very warm water of the Gulf of Mexico.
The entire Gulf Coast from Lake Charles, LA to Panama City, FL should be aware of the latest forecast model guidance. The reason for this large spread is because the computer models are split between whether a trough will capture Isaac or not. As of 8AM Sunday morning, it appears Isaac will not be captured and as a result, a more westward track is most likely.
There's no need to fear Obama is here(he ate underdog and possesses all of his powers), he will walk on water to save the chilrens and be hero of the day!
Re: Tropical Storm Isaac Should Rival Hurricane Katrina
And the impact that the Midwest semi-drought will have on food prices may be pretty dramatic from what I've been reading.
Originally Posted by LukeEDay