Monday, September 15, 2008

Mind boggling

A hurricane hits the Texas Coast, about 200 miles from my house. Flooding and horrific wind damage occur all along the Gulf Coast, and into Arkansas and Louisiana. The storm continues to travel northeast. Look where it is now:

The remnants of Ike pass through eastern Canada dragging a cold front through the Northeast Monday.

Most of Ike's moisture should remain in Canada, but a few showers could cross the border and fall over northern New York and northern New England. A stray shower or thunderstorm cannot be ruled out along the cold front Monday afternoon and early evening along the coast from the New York metro south through eastern Virginia.

The cold front is expected to stall offshore Monday night and Tuesday keeping eastern Virginia and the Del-Mar-Va Peninsula murky with occasional showers into midweek.

The remainder of the region should clear out with slightly below average temperatures.

And we got NOTHING but 100 degrees with extreme humidity. Mind boggling I tell ya'!

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