Thursday, August 31, 2017

We couldn't get hit twice...... could we? That storm Irma is heading straight for one of the Hebert boxes. Which gives it a very high chance of hitting Florida with a very strong storm. Here's to hoping that doesn't happen, but none of us thought 50 inches of rain was a real thing either.

1 comment:

Capital of Texas Refugee said...

And before that, it'll make its way through the Leeward Islands ...

Caribbean News Now --
Tropical storm Irma heads towards the Caribbean

The probable point of arrival is anywhere from Antigua & Barbuda down through Saint Kitts & Nevis to Dominica. It's also probably going to be a much bigger storm by the time it hits the Leeward Islands.

Florida has resources to call on and will probably pull through well enough, as it has in the past. The same is not necessarily true of some of the Leeward Islands.