Tropical Storm Isaac Threatens Gulf Coast
A partly cloudy sky with the highs in the 90s and lows reaching 74 is the forecast for Mobile Alabama on Sunday August 26, 2012.
Nice End to Weekend...Watching Isaac
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The forecast for Mobile Alabama will rapidly change as everyone starts the new workweek on Monday August 27, 2012.
The storm named Tropical Storm Isaac forecast as of 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday August 15, 2012, Isaac was about 65 miles (110 kilometers) southwest of Guadeloupe in the Leeward Islands, with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph (72 kph).
Now four days later on Sunday August 26, 2012 Tropical Storm Isaac has stirred closer to the Gulf of Mexico and likely to be elevated to become hurricane status.
As the outer bands of Tropical Storm Isaac has begun to make land fall on the Florida Keys with winds of a maximum sustained of 65mph it is forecasted that Tropical Storm Isaac could increase in strength to a Category 2 hurricane as it comes closer to the northern Gulf Coast shore lines.
According to the National Hurricane Center Tropical Storm Isaac is going to smash the Florida Keys sometime between 4 and 8pm Sunday evening packing close to hurricane strength winds.
Click on the link below to view the public advisory from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration known as NOAA for the Sunday August 26, 2012 forecast.
After rambling through the eastern tip of Cuba Tropical Storm Isaac left power lines and trees down with the storm surge flooding block inland and the Malecon seaside.
According to local news sources four people are reported dead in Haiti and over eight thousand people were evacuated with over four thousand people taking refuge in temporary shelters.
Now as Tropical Storm Isaac has reached the Gulf of Mexico and the outer bands of the storm has begun to batter the Florida Keys cities the people who live in areas located in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas wait to see where the eye of Tropical Storm Isaac or by that time hurricane Isaac will make landfall.
The majority of people who live in Mobile Alabama are already taking some precautions in preparation for Tropical Storm Isaac.
Other people who live in Mobile Alabama are hopeful and praying that the storm will either dissolve into just a small storm or for a high front to drop down from the north causing Tropical Storm Isaac to divert hard east or hard west missing all of the gulf coast area of the United States.
All emergency personnel such in Mobile Alabama as firefighters, police, sheriff’s department, Doctors, U.S. Coast Guard, ambulance services, hospitals, Red Cross, Salvation Army, are on alert along with the Mobile County Emergency Management Agency.
All basic services such as Alabama Power, Mobile Gas Service, and Mobile Area Water and Sewer Service are also on alert for emergency calls before, during, and after Tropical Storm Isaac.
Click on the link below to view the Mobile County Emergency Management Agency website.
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