Is Tropical Depression Four Heading For Louisiana?
Tropical Depression Four has formed in the Atlantic right behind Tropical Storm Bret, and we have all the details on where the storm is predicted to go.
I for one say that Louisiana deserves a break this year from hurricanes. Does anyone know Mother Nature's email address so we can send her a petition?
It's still too far out to be for sure the future track of Tropical Depression Four, however, the National Hurricane Center is usually really accurate at predicting the path of these storms. As of right now, Louisiana residents can all give a sigh of relief.
The National Hurricane Center released its five-day track of Tropical Depression Four this morning. Currently, it looks like the storm will be heading into the Atlantic Ocean north of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. We'll have to wait a few days to see if the storm will be heading for the US East Coast or if it will harmlessly veer off into the Atlantic.
As of the 11:00am NHC advisory today, TD Four is moving WNW at 15 mph with sustained winds of 35 mph.