Old Mossy Horns
Jim Cantore has taken acting lessons. How many more times can you duck down with your hands on your knees?
Dude is a icon though......He used to stand up straighter in much stronger hurricanes. Maybe it's time for a younger person.
I think he must have layed off the juice. He looks kind of small and week these days. Maybee the Matt luaer stuff toned him down a notch!He used to stand up straighter in much stronger hurricanes. Maybe it's time for a younger person.
If you see a creek boat over there still on the trailer it's ours , it was headed down Davis canal about midnightYeah its a little windy
It does start at 74mph but NHC rounds off. That's why you always see a storm of any strength always 75mph or 80 it never 77mph.Help age me guys (Shaggy, DENC) I used to be a weather enthusiast (watching TWC when it was very young) etc. Plus I lived in SE Florida, so we were all pretty well versed on hurricanes.
I swear, A cat 1 used to start @ 75mph. Now it's 74? Am I correct now or have I been wrong all my life? ALso I thought named storms that made landfall were never reused, but I seen some in recent years I remember from decades ago.
I'm now understanding if it's a serious storm that hits, it won't be renamed, ie; Andrew, Hugo, Katrina etc.
They need to retire this one for the simple fact it can't be pronounced by most of the AMERICAN populationIt does start at 74mph but NHC rounds off. That's why you always see a storm of any strength always 75mph or 80 it never 77mph.
Storm names are only retired if they have severe impacts that set them aside from other storms.