Hurricane Isaias Preparation From DelmarvaWx
Being prepared is not panicking, but panicking from not being prepared is a nightmare
You can never be too careful with an approaching storm like Hurricane Isaias. It keeps building and getting a little stronger. Even though it is a ways off it is always good to be prepared for any possibility. Anyone remember that tropical storm a few years back, that spun off Hatteras then headed inland and amped up to a hurricane, good times.
Many of us have the things we need on hand at all times. We are used to being prepared or inconvenienced by bad weather. Despite being used to all of that, we still watch the weather to know how much of that preparation we will rely on. Sometimes you just have to get the hell out of dodge instead of shelter in place. That’s where local weather updates come in handy and a a smartphone. We will be following and putting up info with DelmarvaWx through this little event. Hopefully the hardest thing about this hurricane is pronouncing its name, and then again it is 2020. This is probably the most normal thing that has happened this year.
DelmarvaWx .. Hurricanes are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena. On average, 12 tropical storms, 6 of which become hurricanes form over the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, or Gulf of Mexico during the hurricane season which runs from June 1 to November 30 each year. In the Central Pacific Ocean, an average of 3 tropical storms, 2 of which become hurricanes form or move over the area during the hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30 each year. Guam, the Northern Marianas and Micronesia experience typhoons all year round but the main season in July through November with a peak from mid-August to … read more