• Hurricane Season 2012

    Posted on October 25th, 2012

    Written by Wayne Brackin

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    The storm season continues to the surprise of many!  The majority of people, especially north of the tropics, think it’s over.  It is a natural tendency, summer’s over, school is in,  and the weather is cooling off everywhere (although not so much here in Miami). 

    Cold and hurricanes don’t mix, neither in our minds nor in science. Yet, here we are with Tropical Storm Sandy turning into Hurricane Sandy barreling through Jamaica and now Cuba. As of this morning, there is concern about the impact on the East Coast of the U.S.  The Bahamas will get the brunt of it, and in South Florida it is likely that we are mostly in for two days of rainy, windy weather. We had a preview of that last night with many inches of rain across the area.

    For Baptist Health South Florida, we expect to function normally for the duration, asking the staff to use a little extra caution in traveling to and from work. Give yourself a little extra time, and as always make sure that your relief has arrived before you depart your shift. If you have optional social occasions tonight or in the morning, you may want to give it some consideration and if you are traveling by air, expect some delays.

    Baby, it ain’t over til it’s over” – Lenny Kravitz

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