Tropical Storm Fay has crossed over Cuba, and is making the turn more toward the north, and heading toward Florida (most likely). I thought I’d give you an update on the storm and my preparations so far.
When one lives in Florida, the weather is often a topic of conversation. Either you tell friends further north how nice it is in Florida, or, you’re worried about an in-bound hurricane. Those posts all go here.
According to an article on the Scientific American website, Colorado State University and the National Weather Service are in pretty close agreement on their predictions for this year’s hurricane season. The season starts this Sunday and ends on November 30. They are calling for a very active season again this year.
Winter may be making a brief appearance in Tampa next week. It’s 77 degrees as I write this on Friday afternoon, but according to a report in the Tribune, by next Thursday, we could have temperatures close to freezing, with a wind chill of near 25.
Well, I realize it’s been quite some time since there were last updates to this blog. I apologize for the absence, but it was due to work. The previous several weeks involved some very long days, and most of those were spent writing proposals…so by the time evening came around, I was tired of writing. There hasn’t been a ton of news to report anyway on the personal front.
A bit of news from the week ending May 13, 2007. Crack selling ministers and long car trips.
Hurricane season isn’t supposed to start for a few more weeks, but we already have our first named storm, Andrea.
William Gray’s forecasting team has updated their forecast for the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane season, and they believe it will a very active season.
I have not been posting for the past week, but hope to get back to a more regular schedule. Last week I’d traveled to Pittsburgh for meetings Tuesday and Wednesday. I was nervous about getting home from the time we landed after seeing the ground at the airport was already covered with snow. However, despite […]
We had a pretty typical Thanksgiving. As I’ve already reported, I drove to North Carolina last Monday, and then met friends up in Boone/Blowing Rock on Tuesday. Wednesday I stuck close to home and spent the day with Mom, and had dinner with her and some of her friends. It was overcast and rainy most of the day Wednesday.