Thursday, September 2, 2010

Stirring up the Atlantic

After waiting and waiting for something to get going in the Atlantic, now it is one right after another when it comes to tropical storms and hurricanes. It could be a long, Labor Day weekend for those on the east coast with Earl passing very close to shore tonight and early Friday. It will likely be a major hurricane through Friday, before weakening over the weekend. But as you can see from the hurricane center, we have Fiona, Gaston, and maybe Hermine (the one outlined in yellow)

It will cool down for Friday and Saturday, but next week still looks hot and humid and the long range forecast keeps the above normal temperatures around until the 2nd full week of September. Maybe Millie can stir up some rain and cooler temperatures... just in time for the fair. And some say it always rains during the state fair. By the way, Millie and I will be there Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (17th), so stop by and say hello.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well, I sure hope this nicer weather comes soon! Besides football season and pumpkin carving right around the corner, I've got this new fancy pink carhartt coat I can't wait to bust out this fall/winter! Should look great on the farm...

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