28 September 2022

Yikes!

Ian looks like it can make it to Cat5 with just a little push.

The 8am update said sustained winds at 155 mph and 156 is the final category.

I've been reading a thread with people in great distress over their loved ones refusal to get out before the storm.

Hurricanes can be some serious shit.

I also read that every category 5 landfall recorded in the US has been in Florida.

We're speshul.

Right now we're on the northern fringes and not getting much of anything.

Fingers crossed.

4 comments:

  1. I grew up in Sarasota and lived in the Englewood - Port Charlotte area for a long time. It looks like the storm is going to hit my old home. I still have friends and family there.
    It looks like the big one we've been expecting for years is finally here.

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  2. Best of luck. Hope you make it through unscathed.
    Texas Mike

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  3. I hope you and our other Florida blog writer friends come out of this in one piece. Amazing what Mother Nature can do when it gets motivated.

    jrg

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  4. some of the video online is intense...good luck... panzer guy

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