Some light rain, and the same light breezes noted earlier, commencing about 2120 (9:20 p.m.), but nothing else here so far. Waiting for the 10:00 p.m. update from the NOAA, and then will sleep some if nothing has changed. Will update as the situation warrants.
UPDATE (2153) : A glance at the Lake Charles radar seems to indicate that Rita is moving a bit faster than suggested by previous reports, and has adopted a somewhat more northerly track than previously thought. It looks to me like the eye of Rita will come ashore just east of Sabine Pass, about Johnson's Bayou, Louisiana, or a little to the west of that place, perhaps a little after midnight (Central time).