With regard to a possible developing tropical system near the north central Gulf coast by late this week, based on the ECENS and GEFS, it currently appears most probable that it will migrate into the northwestern Gulf coast vicinity by this weekend, before weakening inland of coastal areas. The track of any lingering remnants becomes more unclear thereafter, with sizable spread evident in the model output. Regardless, probabilities for anything more than an isolated tornado/localized strong surface gust threat with associated convection still seem low. ..Kerr.. 07/09/2019NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center
We’ll see. The models are quite different, as is the information coming from the various NWS centers around. Still, I have implemented the better safe than sorry protocol. Most importantly, I’ll tidy up the Bunkhouse a bit. Should we loose power that will be the only space with A/C.
Which reminds me– those idiots, imbeciles, and morons that yearly come up with the most ignorant stuff to say about air conditioning are welcome to come work on the Farm in July and August. I’ve got plenty for them to do. In fact, I could give each of them a shotgun and have them stand guard over the tomatoes from 7pm to 7am when it’s *only* 72 degrees and the dew point is 72. One-hundred percent humidity with a mosquito here and there. Fun times. We’ll see what they have to say about one of the greatest inventions of all time then. Idiots.
Back to it. It’s Marica cooks Tuesday! Zucchini Quiche.