Hurricane Harbor

A writer and a tropical muse. A funky Lubavitcher who enjoys watching the weather, hurricanes, listening to music while enjoying life with a sense of humor and trying to make sense of it all!

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Still Holding On... Otto On Hold 30% in 2 Day 80% in 5 Day

This says it all.
We are on hold watching the Low.
Small low tucked South of high pressure.
And then the front moves down.
Stalls out a bit.

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Another view:

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Models still messy.
And they will be until it forms and moves.
That said November Tropical Storms are messy.
They zig zag.
They wander.
They stall.
They take off grabbing a door a front leaves open.

So we are watching.
I'll be on the road today. 
I'll update here when I can.
I'll update in real time on Twitter.
Though I don't expect much to update on just yet.
It's a wait and watch.

This is what it looks like on Twitter.
For all of you Facebook Landlubbers.

I'm reposting this from Twitter.
Know why?
It tells the story.

And to explain a few things.
It's easy to make a Twitter account.
Try it.. you could become President ;)
You set it up ONCE .... never have to do much after that.
You read news, weather and sports.
It's not high maintenance like Facebook.
Just saying. 
A fast way to get immediate info you need.

Nuff said.
Use your email.
Make a name.
Confirm it.
Use it when you want.
I say this as many people I know are afraid of it.
As if it will suck them in like Facebook.
Facebook is FUN but you lose hours on it.
You go on to check on Aunt Suzanne.
Next thing you know an hour passed.
Twitter is fast. 
Use it when you want.
Jump off just as fast.

And there are King Tides going on from the Moon.
Note once something has a name it is more important.
Years ago we used to say "HIGH TIDE"
And coastal areas watched out for them.
However in those days the moons had names.
Farmers lived by the cycles of the two.

Besos BobbiStorm

Ps... packing so keeping this short and sweet.
Stay tuned!


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