• Hurricane Season 2010

    Posted on September 29th, 2010

    Written by Wayne Brackin


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    You don’t often see our local weather forecasters put it on the line with 100% certainty.  100% chance of rain is indeed the forecast this morning. Things improved slightly overnight.  We will still be getting a large amount of rainfall, as much as five inches.  The wind will be less than tropical storm strength, meaning that we expect 20 mph most of the day with occasional higher gusts.  Nothing unmanageable, wind will be secondary to water today.  We expect normal operations for the next 24 hours.  This is still a tropical depression and may become a named tropical storm during the day, although that alone won’t change our plans for the day.

    Again, give yourself enough time for safe travel under wet conditions.  Areas that are prone to flooding will be flooded today.  We will update you as necessary.

    Holy Moses I have been deceived
    Now the wind has changed direction and I’ll have to leave
    Won’t you please excuse my frankness but it’s not my cup of tea
    Holy Moses I have been deceived

    Border Song – Elton John

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