Whaa whaa! This is no fair, seeing beach goers as I watch the snow fall outside.
Wow, look at that sky!
It looks like Irma finally arrived here.
"Prepare for the worst, hope for the best" seems to be the popular mantra at the moment.
Rain Shadow ...... I really like this link. I'm bringing it forward so that it doesn't get overlooked. Let's hope Irma fades away quickly.
Irma currently a category 4 moving north at 9 mph http://abcnews.go.com/live/video/special-live-1?cid=HP_LB_THUMB
Skies are cloudy but still a lovely day.
I used control and scrolled ...... and it certainly looks like a party of some sort.
You can get a nice enlarged view on the camera page if you click on the view size 'x1' button
Exactly, M D.
I wonder if there is a wedding reception going on here at the moment.
Like the idiots who stand on seafront promenades to watch waves come crashing over and then get washed out to sea.
Neither would I, but there will always be idiots who will not heed the warnings and subsequently put others lives in danger by their selfish actions.
Well I wouldn't be on the beach if I thought a hurricane was about to arrive.
I am not sure how much of the Florida panhandle is directly threatened by Irma but my guess would be they might escape the worst of it.
The water looks like a mill pond.
It's looking ominous.
Tropical Storm Cindy could cause some problems along this coastline http://miami.cbslocal.com/2017/06/20/potential-tropical-cyclone-3-could-become-tropical-storm-cindy/
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