A tropical storm is forecast to come ashore in my locale over the night hours. While the forecasters thought there would be more rain, the rain bands are now over the coast, and they look heavy on the radar.
I don't think we'll lose power, but the satellite dish will become less concave, and the signal will be lost after the rain cuts down the signal.
I'll watch, probably enjoy a fitful night of sleep, and enjoy the lower electricity bill due to the cooler temperatures.
In Case You've Wondered
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Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Storms pump up my adrenaline. Never been in a tropical storm, let alone hurricane though. My GSD hides in the downstairs laundry room at first hint of thunder (coward)ReplyDelete
We had some rain, although only about 3 inches, and the wind never reached tropical storm strength.Delete
If I had to guess, I'd guess the low pressure area won't move fast, and the rain will start accumulating.