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, September 27, 2011

In Any Other Year....

To wake up to morning rain in September and see a big red circle just NE of the islands Miamians would get nervous, agitated and obsessed with the system down there that is coming this way. Not this year.

It's as if everything has been given a magic potion to go north straight up the Atlantic. If you could bottle whatever these systems are on you could make a fortune and Floridians would be able to start breathing a sigh of relief in September.

This has been an unusual year. So far, so good.

I haven't written much the last few days, because really there wasn't much to write. Contestant 14 and 15 have been saying the same things that contestants 1, 2 and 3 have all said on the earlier episodes of the Dating Game this season.

Now, that does not mean that something cannot form down in the Caribbean and catch a cold front north. The force field is not up for Caribbean storms, but so far so good.

So, I've been watching out of the corner of my eye as WSVN's Julie Durda does her tropical dance across the screen and explains pop up showers and far away weak, tropical storms.

Except for a little rain here and there, Miami is beautiful and I've been busy enjoying the beautiful. And, getting ready for the Jewish New Year with menus and arrangements. The weather is cooler than it was a few months ago, yet not cold like it is up north and that's nice.

So, keep watching the tropics and enjoying the respite, because in any other year we'd be getting ready to panic by now from the big red blob down in the tropics about to form into the next storm.


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