Hurricane Gustav is presently east of Port au Prince, Haiti. It is struggling with the mountains of Hispaniola, but will soon be over warm water again and is expected to be reassembled in a day or so. Please note that this storm is forecast to be a major hurricane by Friday, AND that almost everything points to it making landfall in the US as a major hurricane. From the panhandle of Florida to Brownsville Texas, everyone needs to be perked up and paying attention. If you live on the Gulf Coast, I urge you to follow this link, explore the page and then read Dr. Masters blog. He is a good forecaster. http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/ Here are some comments Dr. Master had in his blog about Gustav; http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=1043&tstamp=200808 Here are the computer models.. spaghetti models.. the GFDL is what the NHC forecast is following at the moment. I really think this will be a terrible strong hurricane when it makes landfall. This is an earlier GFDL run, take note where this is at ... identicle landfall as Katrina, and as strong.