Paloma dies; Cayman Brac and Cuba hard-hit

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:18 PM GMT on November 10, 2008

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Hurricane Paloma has died, torn apart by high wind shear and passage over the rugged terrain of Cuba. The remains of Paloma can still be seen in satellite imagery, spinning over central Cuba, but with wind shear a hefty 50 knots, there is no chance of Paloma regenerating into a tropical storm. Elsewhere in the Atlantic, there are no threat areas to discuss, and none of the reliable computer models are forecasting tropical storm development over the next seven days. With wind shear expected to rise over the Caribbean later this week, and continue to remain at high levels until late November, it is likely that the Atlantic hurricane season of 2008 is finally over. It is possible we could get one more weak tropical storm out in the middle Atlantic, forming from an extratropical storm that gets cut off from the jet stream. Such storms are usually only a threat to shipping, and rarely affect land areas, though.

Paloma's impact on the Cayman Islands
Paloma roared through the Cayman Islands Friday night and Saturday morning as a Category 4 hurricane with 140 mph winds, brushing Grand Cayman Island, but pounding the "Sister Islands" to the northeast--Little Cayman and Cayman Brac--with its northern eyewall. The hardest-hit Cayman island was Cayman Brac, population 2,000, which was the only Cayman island to receive a direct hit from Paloma. Damage on Cayman Brac was very heavy, with over 90% of all the buildings damaged. However, the Cayman Compass reports that relief efforts are progressing swiftly. The airport has reopened, most of the roads have been cleared, and both gas stations on the island have re-opened. One person on the island sustained injuries requiring hospitalization. Paloma was the worst hurricane to hit the island since the deadly 1932 hurricane that flattened Cayman Brac, killing 69 people. Ironically, both hurricanes occurred on November 8.


Figure 1. Damage on Cayman Brac from Hurricane Paloma. Image credit: Glenda Davidowski.

Paloma's impact on Cuba
Paloma smashed into Cuba near Santa Cruz del Sur as a Category 3 hurricane with 120-125 mph winds. The hurricane destroyed at least 435 buildings in the city, and damaged 4,000 more. The hurricane's storm surge, estimated at over 20 feet, penetrated as far as a mile inland. However, no deaths have been reported in Cuba from Paloma, thanks to the evacuation of over 1.2 million people from vulnerable areas. The last major hurricane to hit Santa Cruz del Sur, the infamous Category 4 November 1932 hurricane, completely inundated the city with its storm surge, killing over 3,000 people. Paloma was the third major hurricane to hit Cuba this year, the first time that nation has received three major hurricane strikes. The other two major hurricanes, Gustav and Ike, did a combined $9.4 billion in damage to Cuba, destroying about 1/3 of the nation's crops. Paloma weakened so rapidly that its damage will be far less than Gustav's and Ike's. Seven Cubans died in Ike, and none in Gustav. The fact that only seven deaths occurred from the three major hurricane that hit Cuba this year is a testament to the success of their remarkable hurricane civil defense efforts. Some 4.4 million people had to be evacuated for the three hurricanes, 2.8 million of these because of Ike. Ike and Gustav destroyed 63,000 homes and damaged 440,000 more, and every province of Cuba reported hurricane damage. According to the official Granma newspaper, "the economic, social, and housing situation of the country has been devastated as never before in its history" due to Gustav and Ike.


Figure 1. Map of the hurricanes that have affected Cuba this year. Image credit: ReliefWeb.

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I'll have an update Tuesday.

Jeff Masters

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365. BracGypsy
9:42 PM GMT on December 08, 2008
BracGypsy here with an update of Cayman Brac's progress a month after Paloma. It's come a long way in a month, but lot's of the island is still without power. I live here on the Brac, and have seen first hand devastation of what Cat 4 Palomam with CAT 5 winds gust can do.

We are doing ok, were just really tired. I seemed to have hit a wall, I am so tired, and stressed out. I am surprised that no here as jumped off the end of the Bluff yet. Everyone here is stressed out. We are still digging out from Paloma. It really hit the Brac hard. Paloma was an extremely dangerous category 4 with Category 5 gust.

Everyone here on the Brac has a different story, here is my story: My husband and I were in our home though it all. When the wind was at it's highest 3 huge pine trees "2 of which uprooted and hit the back of our house, which caused 2 -12 ft sliding doors to break out. That's when all hell broke loose inside our home, there were 145 to 155mph winds going straight though the living room and kitchen of our home, and out the living room picture windows in the front of the house, along with everything else we owned.. Also the sliding glass door in our master bedroom blew out, and the winds blew straight though to the bathroom and blew out a 4ft window, and most everything in the bathroom blew with it, never have found that window.

THE "Beaufort wind force scale" which records the wind speed was located at the airport here on the Brac, It is said it can withstand up to 200mph without blowing away. Well it blew away and was never found. "that's what I was told anyway".

The back end of our house is practically gone with the winds, and everything with it. It was really scary. It's like everything we owned just sucked up inside something huge above us, and poof it is gone in seconds.

Just about 10 minutes before the glass doors broke out we were sitting about 15ft from those same glass sliding doors, when my husband shined his flashlight at the doors, the doors looked as if they were really breathing. I jumped up and said: Honey this is not a safe place to be, so we went into or bedroom, and grabbed our king size mattress and slid it into the hallway with us, along with two couch pillows, cell phones and flash lights, water. Then we started hearing things hit the house "really hard, and then we heard sheet metal roofing peeling off the house. The house was shaking and making strange cracking sounds. The roar of the hurricane was deafening, I will never forget that loud roaring sound Paloma made. The winds blew away 40ft of our back room, 20ft of our master bedroom and the wash room, and our master bath, and wet sheet rock went down in nearly every room. The walls of parts of our house also hit my car and totaled it, and we lost a 3rd of all the roofing. Our House looks like a real hurricane hit it, the yard as well. We have chainsawed up the biggest of the mess, but it still looks like a real mess. In all, 4 big huge pines fell. A lot of grape trees, and 5 coconut trees, and bush and wood everywhere. Thousands of trees, and brush are down all over the island. It looked as if ALL telephone polls and lines went down all over the Brac. It also looks like a huge lawn mower went over the island and mowed off everything, and what Paloma left is no taller than 15th in height. All leaves are stripped of all trees We have found parts of our roof up 1500ft away, and parts of other people stuff in our yard. We have NO houses close to us, the only one is at the least 2000ft away. What a war-zone

When the winds came in the back glass doors of the house they blew out the front picture windows. We have a wooden sliding door in our hallway, Mark and I opened it about3 inches, and we saw everything blowing out the front of the house, plus we couldn't see the other side of the living room wall "which was 20ft away" because of the blast of winds and rain and salt spray that was blasting through our living room..We live 110ft fro the sea, and about 12ft above sea level. Pictures off the walls, furniture, and glass was braking everywhere, we slammed that little wooden door shut real fast when glass came flying towards us and hit the door.

The waves came almost up to the house, and also brought the prettiest white beach sand you ever seen, but also rocks. When I pick out all the rocks it's will be beautiful again. After a month today we still have no power, We were running a generator at the office in-order to get Internet, and a generator at home. We just got phone here at the office, and hoping to get power soon. The light company are getting all business's up and running before homes.

90% of all homes and business lost roofs here, and parts or all of peoples homes are gone with the winds too. This island is devastated, at least 500 to 600 people are homeless.
The day after Paloma' I hung 400ft of clothes line and filled the line 6 times with wet things. What a mess, wet drywall, and insulation is horrible, and whoever invented that shit should be shot dead, and if he's already dead, dig him up and kill him again. "Just kiddng"....

We are still finding our clothes, and all kinds of our personal things up in the bush, and even in the trees.

Then water stared coming in and it tasted like SALT, that's when we got REAL scared. We both jumped up and ran to a window to look were the sea was. It was slapping up against the back of the trees, 10ft from the house. Waves at that time were between 25 to30ft in storm serge. WE are 110 ft from the sea. So waves were pushing in 100 ft. but by the time they reached the house' they were just slapping the back of the pine trees. Thanks goodness, or we could have kissed our asses good-bye. We could not have ever tried to make a run for it, cause the way we would have had to run was the directon the winds was blowing parts of our house, so that would have been per suicide. I would have rather taken my chances inside my home. Which was a smart move on our part, because it was still dark at that time, and our 800ft driveway was full of tree limbs and wood and sheet metal from our house.

I can' speak for everyone here on the Brac, but I do give thanks for being alive to relay this story to anyone who wants to hear it.

Here are some really great pictures from Courty Platt of what Paloma did to Cayman Brac.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/courtneyplatt/sets/72157609576323778/

BracGypsy!
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364. NEwxguy
2:57 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
spring training opens in less than 3 months
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363. IKE
2:47 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Water temps right at the NW Florida coast have dropped into the mid-60's.
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361. TampaSpin
2:38 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Im ready for College Basketball now......
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360. TampaSpin
2:35 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
One thing interesting is how warm the GOM, Carribean and the Altantic still is.......

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358. TampaSpin
2:33 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Quoting Orcasystems:


You talking about this one?



Yep thats the one i see possibly having a chance nearing the islands.
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357. surfmom
2:25 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Morning Orca, We need to get those storms clouds out of your neighborhood - 2nd day of yuck weather?

when does your postal guy show? my postal guy said the canadian postal system is notoriously slow...now I found that hard to believe.. is it so.

Cause with that weather you and the Mrs. deserve some tropical sunshine delivered to your door.
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356. NEwxguy
2:14 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Nice update Tampa,thanks again for keeping us updated all season,as the season winds down,most areas of interest have little or no chance from here on out.
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355. Orcasystems
2:03 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Quoting TampaSpin:


Your welcome......its been a long season that is coming to and end soon. The LeeWard Islands could have a storm coming in about 4 days.


You talking about this one?

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354. Orcasystems
2:02 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Morning Tampa

Complete Blog Refresh
Mirror Site (New Format)
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353. TampaSpin
1:55 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Quoting ftpiercecane:
thanks for the update tampa


Your welcome......its been a long season that is coming to and end soon. The LeeWard Islands could have a storm coming in about 4 days.
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352. ftpiercecane
1:45 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
thanks for the update tampa
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351. TampaSpin
1:37 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
I just updated my blog if anyone would like to review....

TampaSpin Blog Link
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350. conchygirl
1:11 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Good Morning: Drizzley morning here in Melbourne - the cold front is beginning to come through but temps are great!
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349. WxLogic
1:09 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Quoting IKE:
Paloma looped(give it a minute to load).


Paloma is like the energizer-bunny.....keeps going and going and going........


I wouldn't mind getting the remnants of Paloma on its current stated... given that it maintain its current circulation and strength. :P
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348. RTLSNK
1:07 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
OK, 51 degrees, time to check the gardens before the rain moves in, BBL.
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346. IKE
12:40 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Paloma looped(give it a minute to load).


Paloma is like the energizer-bunny.....keeps going and going and going........
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345. IKE
12:29 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Paloma.....




TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
700 AM EST WED NOV 12 2008

FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...

A WEAK AREA OF LOW PRESSURE...THE REMNANT OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION
PALOMA...IS LOCATED BETWEEN CUBA AND THE CAYMAN ISLANDS AND IS
MOVING WESTWARD NEAR AT 15 MPH. THE ASSOCIATED SHOWER ACTIVITY IS
LIMITED...AND CONDITIONS DO NOT FAVOR RE-DEVELOPMENT OF THIS
SYSTEM.

A SLOW-MOVING AREA OF LOW PRESSURE LOCATED ABOUT 850 MILES SOUTHWEST
OF THE AZORES IS PRODUCING A FEW SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.
UPPER-LEVEL WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO INCREASE DURING THE NEXT DAY OR
SO...AND DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SYSTEM IS NOT EXPECTED.

ELSEWHERE...TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE
NEXT 48 HOURS.

$$

FORECASTER PASCH
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344. RTLSNK
12:09 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
342 - hades - I'm still working on that typhoon that hit DaNang Vietnam in Sep of 1967. Along with Patsy there was also Thelma and Vera. All three were only tropical storms but I still can't find which one of them hit DaNang, but I'm having fun checking and learning about all of the Pacific typhoon centers, tons of records to go through!
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343. WxLogic
12:06 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
Well... looking at the models this AM and it sure looks the Hurricane season is about to be done, but it wants to at least squeeze one more system before it goes out officially.

00Z/06Z GFS/NOGAPS/MM5 shows a weak low developing in the Central Carib. Of course 00Z CMC is being a bit more bullish on this one.

Guess we'll see how subsequent runs do... but it seems that the majority of the models are developing some sort of troughiness in the area. MJO is forecasted to be in its positive phase towards the start of December in this region... as as we saw with Paloma shear will be a great barrier for whatever attemps to develop in this region this time of the year.
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342. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
12:01 PM GMT on November 12, 2008
morning

These names are really getting confusing in the WPAC.

JTWC is calling it 24W (Maysak)
Pagasa gave it a new name Siony.. a 24-48 ago it was Quinta.

guess will wait to see if JMA gives 24W another name or JTWC re-numbers it 25W.
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341. WxLogic
11:57 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
Quoting RTLSNK:
Morning Logic, you snuck in here while I was typing!


Hehe...
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340. Thundercloud01221991
11:56 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
Quoting KoritheMan:


We rarely get into the 20s for lows in Louisiana; I can't imagine high temperatures being in the 20s. Talk about cold...



why not move up north here where I am it is 36 right now and not even winter yet
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339. RTLSNK
11:55 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
Morning Logic, you snuck in here while I was typing!
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338. RTLSNK
11:54 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
Morning Hades, Surfmom, 48 F in Macon Ga this morning, 74% wet air, no rain yet, the veggie garden could use some real rain, they don't seem to like the house chloro stuff much.
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337. WxLogic
11:52 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
Good morning...
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336. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
11:49 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
Philippines Atmospherical Geophyical Astronomical Services and Administration

The Active Low Pressure Area West of Southern Luzon has developed into a Tropical Depression named "SIONY"

Tropical Cyclone Bulletin #1
=========================
At 5:00 PM PhST, Tropical Depression Siony located at 11.3°N 116.0°E or 310 km northwest of Puerto Princesa City has 10 minute sustained winds of 30 knots.

Additional Information
=======================
Tropical Depression "SIONY" is expected to bring rains over Palawan area which may trigger flash floods and landslides.

The public and the disaster coordinating councils concerned are advised to take appropriate actions and watch for the next bulletin to be issued at 11 p.m. tonight.
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335. surfmom
11:38 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
morning......waking up slowly - to another beautiful -albeit -slightly gray morning ion Florida paradise. Cats love the cooler weather as they are racing up and down the hall & zooming out the swing door.
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334. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
11:25 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
Joint Typhoon Warning Center
11:00 AM UTC November 12 2008

Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert (24W)
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333. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
8:45 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
RSMC: India Meteorological Department (New Delphi, India)

Tropical Cyclone Bulletin (0600z 12Nov)
========================================
A low level circulation lies over southeast and adjoining east central Bay of Bengal

Convective clouds are seen over parts of Andaman Sea, South Bay of Bengal, and southeast Arabian Sea.

  • A low pressure area is likely to form over southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas during next 48 hours. Numerical weather prediction models indicate its initial west- northwestwards movement and further intensification.
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    332. 7544
    7:38 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    cmc agrees with the msu and puts in a cane in the caribiean at 144 hours wait and see on this one

    Link
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    331. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
    6:11 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Joint Typhoon Warning Center

    Tropical Disturbance Summary (0600z 12NOV)
    =========================================
    An area of convection (95W) located at 20.4N 128.5E has dissipated and is now no longer considered for tropical cyclone formation.

    An area of convection (24W) located at 17.8N 123.7E or 290 NM west-southwest of Manila, Philippines has become more persistent over the last 12 hours. Animated multispectral satellite imagery, an 2155z Quikscat image and a 0135z WINDSAT image all indicate that the existing low level circulation center has become better organized. Both the Quikscat and WINDSAT images depict 15-20 knot winds associated with the low level circulation center. Convection has persisted near the LLCC and weak banding has developed. Upper level analysis indicates a marginal environment with light to moderate vertical wind shear value have decreased and are expected to continue to decrease as the mid-latitude trough to the north moves eastward.

    Maximum sustained winds near the center is 15-20 knots with a minimum sea level pressure of 1006 MB. Due to the improved convective signature and lower vertical wind shear, the potential for the development of a significant tropical cyclone within the next 24 hours is FAIR.
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    330. Beachfoxx
    5:47 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Vort,

    I am hurt, serious hurt... You know I am sweeter than southern molasses!

    Brrr! Cold Front, can't we keep those Cold Fronts north of the border... say in Canada????
    Quoting vortfix:
    Shup Fox!

    You're not that sweet!
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    329. Orcasystems
    5:41 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Quoting vortfix:
    Shup Fox!

    You're not that sweet!


    Thank you :)
    Now I get to see her pick on someone else.. I appreciate you taking up the challenge.. she is a handful
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    328. Orcasystems
    5:39 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Quoting zoomiami:
    I would like to know what happened to the cold front we were expecting. 79 and muggy at midnight.

    Beautiful full moon - so bright I can see to the bottom of the pool.


    Take a look at #310, you can have that one if you like :)

    I am off for the night.. I need my sleep... getting old
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    327. zoomiami
    5:36 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    I would like to know what happened to the cold front we were expecting. 79 and muggy at midnight.

    Beautiful full moon - so bright I can see to the bottom of the pool.
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    326. vortfix
    5:17 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Shup Fox!

    You're not that sweet!
    325. Beachfoxx
    5:09 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Hey.... that's not fair! Attack a sweet southern gal when she's not around to defend herself! Mean to you??? Ah, ha! Not mean... just kindly reminding you that you should not call "ladies" names! LOL
    Quoting Orcasystems:


    Watch out if you see BeachFoxx on here tonight.. she was mean to me on my Blog .. something about my Halo, and a physical realignment of its location
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    324. RTLSNK
    4:56 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    322 - MichaelSTL - I take it the totals run until Dec 31? Not that far to go for number one.
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    323. swatkins
    4:48 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    8.75 now... And Climbing :) Link
    321. Orcasystems
    4:32 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Quoting swatkins:


    Well we may not be having the wind,, but we are having the rain! :)

    I added a new weatherstation last month and it is telling me we have had 7.90 inches since midnight last night .. Its connected via a satellite connection so right now the heavy rain is killing the connection once in a while... Its ID is KTXNAVAS2 or Rocky Creek Farm or just type in 77868 in the weather look up and you will see it... IF you care to watch us drown :)


    7.9 INCHES?? and you guys say its rains to much up here.
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    320. RTLSNK
    4:31 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    319 - swatkins

    Holy cow Batman, way too much red on that radar screen, and a flash flood warning to boot! Only good news is its moving NE at 40mph so hunker down and stay away from the windows.
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    319. swatkins
    4:19 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Quoting Orcasystems:
    I also added the Pacific Northwest to the blog.. seems only fair since I seem to be the only one having close to Hurricane Winds & Rains


    Well we may not be having the wind,, but we are having the rain! :)

    I added a new weatherstation last month and it is telling me we have had 7.90 inches since midnight last night .. Its connected via a satellite connection so right now the heavy rain is killing the connection once in a while... Its ID is KTXNAVAS2 or Rocky Creek Farm or just type in 77868 in the weather look up and you will see it... IF you care to watch us drown :)
    318. Orcasystems
    4:00 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Quoting foggymyst:
    Thanks Orca. Stay dry..


    Watch out if you see BeachFoxx on here tonight.. she was mean to me on my Blog .. something about my Halo, and a physical realignment of its location
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    317. RTLSNK
    3:57 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Go to Code1's blog, click on comments, go back to page 2, go to post 92. Before you do, tie yourself to your chair or you will end up on the floor. I had to read it three times before I caught all of it. Enjoy!
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    316. foggymyst
    3:55 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Thanks Orca. Stay dry..
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    315. Orcasystems
    3:52 AM GMT on November 12, 2008
    Quoting RTLSNK:
    Looks like a giant plucked chicken with a beak, of course I always see animals in the clouds when I'm hungry. LOL


    I do the same thing when I see the clouds... and I am a middle aged male.. I am always hungry
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