If you're interested in the latest oil spill landfall forecasts, the experts at NOAA have set up this site with daily predictions for the next 24, 48 and 72 hours based on wind and tide conditions, as well as what you can do to help if you're in the area. The maps are very helpful and cover from the Texas/Louisiana border to about Pensacola, Florida on the map.
They're going to need to zoom out. Lake Palin is getting awfully large these days. Because I figure by the end of the week, this thing is going to cover pretty much that entire swath of coastline.
Today for instance, Lake Palin is currently eating a piece of land called "Most of Southeastern Louisiana" and is happily blobbing its way north towards Mobile Bay and west towards Atchafalaya Bay according to the 72 hour prediction map. Also, you'll need to add the word "tarballs" to the lexicon.
Mmm. Tarballs. It's whats for dinner.