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The 2018 Hurricane season officially begins today and the forecast from Colorado State University calls for a slightly above-average outlook with a total of 14 named storms (we’ve already had the first named storm), seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes expected. So let’s talk hurricane preparedness. Putting together a Go Bag or Go Kit is one […]

2018 Hurricane Names

Monday , 12, March 2018 Comments Off on 2018 Hurricane Names

The official 2018 Hurricane Season begins June 1st and I thought this might be a good time to share the list of 2018 Hurricane names. By the way, Mother Nature doesn’t always unleash her fury according to our schedule, so be aware that storms can and do occur BEFORE June 1st, and don’t wait until […]

Gimme Shelter

Thursday , 15, February 2018 Comments Off on Gimme Shelter

According to this article from The Bradenton Herald via the Emergency Management Magazine website, folks in Southwest Florida, Central Florida and the Tampa Bay area will find the availability of emergency shelter during the next hurricane to be in short supply. Some of the shortages cited in the study that the article is based upon […]

Welcome Summer Solstice – In The Summertime

Sunday , 21, June 2015 Comments Off on Welcome Summer Solstice – In The Summertime

Happy Summer Solstice. Here’s Mungo Jerry and their only hit song in the U.S. from 1970, In The Summertime.

Here in Oklahoma City we’re about to be walloped by remnants of Tropical Storm Bill. Normally, this would not be a problem but OKC is still reeling from flooding and straight-line winds in May (which is why I’m here) and all of the rivers, lakes, ponds and creeks, not to mention the ground itself, are […]

Severe Holiday Weather Alert

Tuesday , 23, December 2014 Comments Off on Severe Holiday Weather Alert

Reports are that severe weather over the holidays will affect ground and air traffic, so be especially careful during your travels.

Ten years ago today Hurricane Charley struck the western coast of south Florida with winds in excess of 135 mph and 6 hours later barreled its way up into Orlando with winds of 100 mph when it hit our neighborhood. Back in August of 2004 I was blogging under the nom de plume of The […]

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