Saturday, August 28, 2004


The front-page headline in our paper this morning is that Hurricane Frances is now a category 3 hurricane. The latest projection is that by Tuesday morning, she should be 150-200 miles north of us. I'd prefer a little more breathing room, because anyone who lives in a hurricane area never really breathes a sigh of relief until the storm has actually passed, since they can change course. When I checked the computer models at my favorite hurricane tracking site this morning, they all show her moving north of us. (A few days ago, a couple of the models had her heading straight for us.)

So we'll continue to hold a good thought that she'll stay away from all the islands and hopefully weaken and dissiplate before she moves closer to the mainland.


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