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!

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

June Too Soon For Hurricanes But Too Late For Weddings

This is an official hurricane post seeing as the hurricane season is already being shoved down our throats by the local media... can tax free sale time be far away?

One of the better articles written so far was one that tried to explain how South Floridians worried about setting events during the Hurricane Season are now moving up weddings to April.. seems even May is too soon for some. April is that month in Miami when the humidity is still down, it rarely rains and you are least likely to have to reschedule because there is now Hurricane April on the NOAA list and therefore have the least chance of meteorological wedding crashers at your pretty party.

The article gives an interesting look at how the 2005 Hurricane Season in Florida has truly changed how we look at the calendar down here in Hurricane Country!

Link to article below from the Sun-Sentinel, which is a paper out of Ft. Lauderdale that attempts and succeeds at times in competing with the Miami Herald.

I know on a personl level my high school Miami Coral Park Sr. High has decided to plan it's class reunion for October 12th, 2007. I haven't asked why that weekend... but would almost bet that it's after the main part of the hurricane season and a lot of people are off work that weekend. Just a guess, I should ask someone. I will, but first I have to go to work. Of course... South Florida gets hit most in October but it would only make sense to be holed up at the Don Shula Resort with a tropical storm passing by...kill the golf game but the beer will flow still. Of course, I had a high school reunion like two weeks before Andrew in 92... unfortunately Andrew eclipsed a lot of what I remember but it is always good to see old friends.

It is always nice to get married to someone you love...

If in Miami.. do it sometime between the end of November and the end of April... or risk the chance of a hurricane blowing away your best laid plains.,0,5788241.story?coll=sfla-news-palm

Besos Bobbi


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