Winds Blow Oil Away from Coast & Hangout Music Fest Not Cancelled
Tuesday, May 04, 2010
Favorable Winds Blow Oil Slick Away from Alabama & Florida's Gulf Coast
As of this morning, Tuesday, May 4, 2010, the latest National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather forecast indicates winds are from the north/northeast today, keeping the oil spill away from our coastline. Winds are predicted to shift later in the week becoming south/southeast. View the latest NOAA trajectory forecasts issued today.
Each day that the oil spill fails to reach our Alabama and Florida coastline is one more day closer to a solution for the leak and one more day without any coastal impact.
Hangout Music Festival Still Planned for Gulf Shores
According to Dan Murtaugh's article posted on AL.com today at 5:00 a.m., when questioned about plans for the inaugural Hangout Beach, Music and Arts Festival in Gulf Shores festival founder Shaul Zislin said yesterday that plans have not changed. Zislin stated "We're in constant contact with the local and state authorities on this, and if anything changes, we will announce it. Right now, there is no decision to cancel."
The festival will be held May 14-16 at the public beach area in Gulf Shores adjacent to The Hangout bar and restaurant and will feature sixty bands on four stages.
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