HAHAHA! Poor guy, it's so hard to be all serious and end-of-the-world doomy when everybody around you acting like a total goofball.The way the projected track keeps moving to the west, it's looking like they'll barely notice it in Tampa. New Orleans is possibly in it's sights now. The model he's following there has actually moved even further west now. If it keeps that up Houston could be next on the list. Five models (I think it's five, looks like there are two lines that almost on top of each other) show it way to the west and two show it curving north into the Florida panhandle. All of them are keeping it well out from the peninsula.
Just goes to show, even forces of nature fear the power of a math-witch.
BOW DOWN BEFORE THE FORCES OF DOOM AND ARITHMETIC!DROP AND GIVE ME 50!
THANK YOU SING-GULL LAY-DEE...I AM EXCITED...ON THE INSIDE...YOU ARE TOO KIND, SING-GULL LAY-DEE...IN THE CONE OF DEATH NO ONE CAN HEAR YOU SCREAM.
NO....ONE CAN HEAR ME...BUT THEY CAN SEE ME....TYPING IN ALL....CAPS. MY FINGERS.......ARE SCREAMING.On the inside I am excited. Quietly excited even though my mouth is dry. There is so much water from this storm, it is hard to imagine my mouth is still dry, and yet still I keep typing.I mean, TYPING!
During one of our local hurricanes, the Weather Channel crew was on some desolate highway in the middle of nowhere, when their generator failed, the antennae was blown about by the wind, and they found they could pinch washers out of bar stock with their assholes.
HA!It's hard for me, a West Coast girl, to understand the danger of Terrible Weather. Now, when the earth moves, we all understand that very well.
Is Sheri a 40something nurse perhaps?