We heard about it, what a mess,Will, a weather 'bomb', after it left
Aus. hit most of the North Island here yesterday, very high winds, 130mph, the power was off for hours, but for us, not much rain, others faired a lot worse. I hope it doesn't 'hit' here again in the next few days.
Nothing worse than cleaning up after a flood, (or earthquake) make sure your gumboots don't have 'holes' in them.
It's not "Julia" causing all this, is it.!!
She looks more threatening to me as she has begun taking a more westward tract. I do not wish a hurricane's fury on anyone. We are under a state of emergency which for now relaxes regulations regarding what and how supplies can be transported to prepare for the storm. Farmers have been urged...
Projected crest this weekend is 45.2 feet at St. Louis. That's 15 feet above flood stage Monroe county is under a voluntary evacuation. If the river crest higher it will be a mandatory evacuation. Glad I won't have to go thru that again
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