IGOR is growing and moving west. It is not getting much attention yet but keep an eye on it.
Perhaps a closer threat could be a tropical depression forming in the eastern Caribbean. We are seeing more of these “pop up” storms forming closer to the Gulf, or in the Gulf, giving less time to prepare and a greater chance of a hit in our area.
HERMINE, even though it wasn’t a CAT 1, was still powerful enough to generate powerful lateral winds and rain squalls over 300 miles from its center. It also generates over 15 inches of rain in Central Texas.
Stay tuned. We aren’t out of the woods for at least another month.