I cannot believe this is happening again:
Rita -- the powerful Category 5 storm plowing across the Gulf of Mexico - has become the third most intense hurricane on record, according to National Hurricane Center data. Long lines of cars Wednesday headed out of coastal Texan towns and Houston - the fourth most populous city in the country. Evacuating parents were told to take photos of their children and to give them identification in case they get separated.Experts say that this one will probably make landfall with more power than Katrina. People seem to be heeding the warnings and evacuating well in advance of Rita's projected landfall. Here's hoping and praying that the news that comes out of this one isn't as bad as predicted. Though the severity of this storm seems to be more and more of a sure thing.