This is new 2 this old-ish gal. ;) Will try to get better at blogging and photography. Love the comments and WUmail. Thanks for stopping by. :)
By: homelesswanderer, 9:54 PM GMT on July 21, 2010
Hi. I hope this helps. :)Comments or Questions welcome. I'll do my best. :)UPDATE ON 97LHOPE THIS HELPS. I'll be back with more later. :)Crown weather 7/22 For more click on the link below.Invest 97-L – Located Over The Southeastern Bahamas:Invest 97-L continues to pulse up and down and over the last few hours, shower and thunderstorm activity has increased, especially over the Turks and Caicos Islands. An upper level low pressure system to the northwest of this s...
Updated: 11:26 AM GMT on July 22, 2010
By: homelesswanderer, 3:52 AM GMT on February 25, 2010
Get Your Own Visitor Globe!Hi everyone. Just a few things I've read about the 2010 season. Some of the stories repeat some things such as the CSU prediction. But I hope you'll find them interesting.First of all...all I can say about this Wilma video is WOW!!!This first site has many links, such as to the Wilma video above. There's even a place to pose a questions and answer them. Anyway thought It was pretty neat. :) LinkI know I live in a cave and I'm wondering am...
Updated: 9:53 PM GMT on March 07, 2010
By: homelesswanderer, 6:09 AM GMT on July 07, 2009
Hi Everyone. Found this interesting. Hope you all enjoy. :)And may the season stay slow enough to allow us to bury our heads in the past for a while.October 2nd-6th, 1837: Racer's Storm The first recorded storm to rake the entire coast was Racer's Storm on October 5th, named for a British sloop of war which encountered the storm in the extreme Northwest Caribbean on September 28th. It is remembered as one of the most destructive storms of the 19th century due to its...
Updated: 6:11 AM GMT on July 07, 2009
By: homelesswanderer, 11:16 PM GMT on March 30, 2009
Hi Everyone. I'm sure some of you have seen me come out of my lurk from time to time on Dr. Master's blog. Discovered this site last August after Edouard came calling in the middle of the night, thankfully he wasn't another Humberto. We seem to have a knack for night storms around here. All the more to terrify us I suppose.LOL. If I ever become more technologically savvy theres a great video/audio of just the sounds of Ike on youtube I'd like to post.CREEPY! Last s...
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