• Hurricane Season 2010

    Posted on September 28th, 2010

    Written by Wayne Brackin


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    Tonight overnight, we should expect a little wind and a lot of rain continuing most of the day tomorrow.  If you live in an area prone to flooding, expect some flooding and take it into consideration in your travels.  At this point, we are maintaining normal operations and we expect that to be the case.  We will be monitoring and keep you notified of any significant changes.  As far as wind speed and destruction goes, this is a tree-brancher.  Like always, though that can change and these borderline storms are almost more difficult to make decisions about.

    The primary concern affecting our clinical operations will be whether we move into tropical storm force winds that begin to restrict travel.  If that happens, we will look at closure of our off-campus outpatient centers, however, as I said, it is normal operations for the time being.  Schools are scheduled to be open.

    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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