With all due respect and sympathies to folks affected, there are some good ones coming up. Via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures.
Spend most of the day in Starkvegas. Strangely, it was not too busy even in the early afternoon. No one in The Little Dooey when we were there. Kickoff is at 2:30 tomorrow. Wonder if this could have something to do with the lack of traffic? We have decided to stay home and watch the
I had asked, in the previous post, Daughter C & The J-Man, Miss M. if you’re reading this, how about telling us what’s going on in your part of the world? Daughter C delivers. Miss M is dealing with some non-hurricane related water issues.
Aren’t you glad I did the Radar Scope tutorial earlier? There are currently 14 warnings from NWS Morehead. All are flash floods. I know 5″ doesn’t sound like that much. But it is Down East Carolina. Perspective: Dorian has picked up speed– up to 10 mph now. That’s a good thing. Get the hell out
And yes, I am putting away the last box of books brought down from The Apartment.
“But there is another sort of traveling and another sort of reading. You can eat the local food and drink the local wines, you can share the foreign life, you can begin to see the foreign country as it looks, not to the tourist, but to its inhabitants. … So with the old literature. “…
Eight miles per hour. To update you, there have been a couple of tornado sightings down around Wilmington, NC. Now I see there’s a warning just south of Kinston, NC.
A Weatherflow site at Calibogue Sound, Georgia, recently measured sustained winds of 37 mph (63 km/h) and a gust to 49 mph (79 km/h). An observation at Sapelo Island, Georgia, recently measured sustained winds of 35 mph (56 km/h) and a gust to 48 mph (77 km/h). It’s going to rain a lot on Miss
In looking for something, I stumbled upon this very legit question from Nancy R. Along with the ____ ____ ____ ____ moronically stupid ____ answers from a bunch of ____ idiots. I perked up a bit here. And then, as casually as I could, I got up, walked outside and screamed. This is rich, you
but I cannot remember the title. Updated: Thunderstorm
Pretty funny and not too far off.
Good morning. Today, and just for fun, I am going to turn on the television set and see what the folks at TWC are spewing. I will not be taking notes because there will not be anything note worthy. But I will let you know if there’s anything remarkably idiotic. Ttyl.
Except to say that’s some real uncontextualized bs right there. Where, exactly and in relation to a hurricane’s path, is the air drier after the storm passes? Get your head out of you Meteorology 101 textbook, gather up your humidity measurement devise and go find me some place in the path of the storm that’s
Keep an eye on things.
It’s 56 degrees. Food at AoSHQ. Linkage on the way.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center is warning that Hurricane Dorian could grow to a massive Category 3 storm by Sunday night and will likely blast the east coast of Florida before moving inland. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timothymeads/2019/08/29/hurricane-dorian-expected-to-hit-florida-sunday-night-n2552357 It will come as no surprise to regular readers that I’ve been following Dorian in my spare time. The forecast path
It was a frigid 64° when I got up this morning. Refreshing. Making progress on the project that goes by the name, “Returning to the Civilized.” College football commences in earnest this evening and continues through the long weekend. Mr. Big Food is excited. As am I.
Monday, monday (ba-da ba-da-da-da)So good to me (ba-daba-da-da-da)Monday mornin, it was all I hoped it would beOh monday mornin, monday mornin couldn’t guarantee (ba-da ba-da-da-da)That monday evenin you would still be here with me Monday, monday, can’t trust that dayMonday, monday, sometimes it just turns out that wayOh monday mornin you gave me no warnin