Trying To Reason With The Hurricane Season–2019

Today is 01 June a Saturday and more important it is the time that most Coastians dread the beginning of the hurricane season….we on the Gulf Coast start getting our emergency supplies together to make sure we are not caught with our drawers down.

NOAA has issued their report on the 2019 season…..

The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season may see fewer storms and hurricanes, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it will be less dangerous, according to a newly released outlook from the Colorado State University Tropical Meteorology Project.

There is no strong correlation between the number of storms or hurricanes and U.S. landfalls in any given season. One or more of the 13 named storms predicted to develop this season could hit the U.S. or none at all. Therefore, residents of the coastal United States should prepare each year no matter the forecast.

https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2019-04-04-2019-hurricane-season-outlook-colorado-state

We hold our breath and pray that it will be a quiet one this time……but we also keep an eye on the weather daily…..and we plan for the inevitable.

So if I am off-line for awhile it is because the hurricane has eliminated my wifi…bear with me and I will return as soon as possible….

Now a musical interlude from Jimmy Buffet……

 
Onward and upward!
 
May your weekend be filled with joy…….and thanx for the visits….I appreciate your time.

5 thoughts on “Trying To Reason With The Hurricane Season–2019

  1. I moan about the Beetley weather all the time, but at least we don’t have hurricanes. (Yet)
    Good luck, chuq, and keep your head down!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. We sometimes get wind and water damage from hurricanes all the way up here. Two hundred and fifty miles from the gulf and a thousand feet above sea level.
    Those things are bad.
    Hope you stay safe and miss the damage.

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