Just FYI: Yes, it did hit us at a Cat 1 (Or did it? Sources conflict on this, so I hope a meteorologist will take the time to intervene here, and let us know what the experts believe); the highest winds were recorded at around 77 mph. (Notice that StormPulse has Gustav listed as a hurricane in Southeast Rapides Parish before turning into a tropical storm).

And get ready for Ike. These things are dynamic, and any slight shift to the east could place us in the notorious Northeast Quandrant.

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  1. Hope you don’t get hit again–over here I’m both breathing a sigh of relief but at the same time feeling bad for anyone unlucky enough to be in the path.

    Shoot, I really thought BR was too far inland to really have to worry. Won’t make that mistake again.

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