THREE STORMS – NONE COMING HERE!

KATIA and MARIA are predicted to turn in the Atlantic; KATE mainly a western Gulf storm.

NAKIA was turned away from the U.S. by the combined effect of a cold front, the upper level westerlies, and the remnants of LEE. While MARIA appears to be headed on a westerly course toward the U.S., a low pressure trough south of KATIA should play a part in turning MARIA away. Tropical storm NATE will behave similar to the LEE last weekend – milling around for a few days. But there’s no cold front to turn NATE northeastward. Instead there’s a high pressure associated with our cool weather over the southeast U.S. that will protect us and send NATE towards the northwest. Texans are fervantly praying that it will send some rain into that drought-plagued state.

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