Hurricane Rita, Category One, then Two … Now Four


Hurricane Rita is now a category 4 hurricane an now tracking to hit the Texas and western Louisiana shore line.

Latest Advisory Rita 9-20-05

Radar tracking:

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The United States Gulf (Texas) brace for what looks like yet another category 4 hurricane.

New Orleans to face more possible flooding from Hurricane Rita.

Forecasters said the storm that swiped Florida on Tuesday could strengthen to a Category 4 and hit Texas by the end of the week. But a slight turn to the right was possible and engineers feared additional rain could swamp the city’s levees.

Evacuations orders in preparations of Hurricane Rita in the Gulf

Update: Hurricane RitaTracking models

Discussion Forum for Hurricane Rita

Posted September 21, 2005 by
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