Of course we all know to keep in mind that the "strength" of this thing does not indicate rainfall amounts. I mean, look out into the Gulf on satellite; there is a ton of moisture out there. Even today, it looks to be a long day for Calcasieu Parish and the Lake Charles area.
My point being.......even if it doesn't make it to any kind of TS status, it could be a tremendous rainmaker that could cause some serious problems for folks. That in itself should encourage folks not to write it off. My point being, I would never suggest that this is something "not worth tracking".
Post by HuRriCAnE miLeS on Jun 13, 2015 8:47:31 GMT -6
That is the rain we were supposed to get today and tomorrow. Instead the ridge is flexing its muscle and pushing the moisture axis further west than first thought yesterday afternoon. Will it weaken tomorrow into Monday allowing moisture and rain from 91L to stream over more of LA or build west and keep it all in Texas and extreme west la ism the big question. Regardless most areas around here can handle 4-6 inches of rain especially if we don't get much today and tomorrow.