Irma Update: Keys in Trouble

I hope everybody still in the Keys after this afternoon (and only a very few should be!) is in a sturdy concrete structure at least on the second story, with access to windowless interior rooms, and enough provisions to survive over a week on their own without power and running water.

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Irma’s Crosshairs on South Florida

If this forecast track verifies (and there still is uncertainty involved, as per the width of the cone!), then South Florida would see the most destruction at least since Hurricane Andrew, and probably much more.

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Dangerous Crutch of Automation in Weather Forecasting

Eloquent communication of a crappy forecast is akin to spray-painting a turd gold. It is still a smelly turd.

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