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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather forecasts from NOAA’s National Weather Service indicate winds from the north will help keep oil leaking from the incident site off the Louisiana coast away from shoreline. The latest NOAA oil-spill trajectory analyses do not indicate oil coming to shore over the next three days; this assumes that the rate of oil release does not increase and that the weather remains as forecast.

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looks like shrimp season this year could finish off our coastal fleet........and finish off the oyster beds that katrina started on
there goes the seafood.Sad hope they get it all before it hits the island.
If they don't manage to stop it somehow today then it will be on our coast Sat afternoon .
break out the dawn.............
Squirrelmonkey Wrote:break out the dawn.............

Cass is returning to HCW ?/cursing*Rolleyes
The oyster beds in Black Bay will be the first to be affected this weekend. MuNkIe, Biloxi's are next in line. I'm going to eat some chargrilled oysters this weekend, I don't think you'll be able to get them for quite a while after!
the only operational beds around since Katrina are pass christian................

so much for the best oysters on earth :frown:
Squirrelmonkey Wrote:the only operational beds around since Katrina are pass christian................

so much for the best oysters on earth :frown:

That's the area I'm talking about. Did you know when you launch a boat out of Louisiana they call that area the Biloxi Marsh, but when you launch out of Mississippi they call it the Louisiana Marsh? I've never figured out why no one wants to claim it!
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