Looks like we’re in for nasty weather.
There’s a nor’-easter coming up the coast right now. We’re not in the crosshairs for the snow and heavy rain — Boston and New York will get those — but we are supposed to get strong winds tonight and tomorrow, with gusts as high as 50-60 mph (60-95 kmh). I can hear the howling starting outside the window even now.
The weather alert is warning about widespread power outages, so if we disappear from view for a while tomorrow, you’ll know why.
Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks!
… here’s a night pities neither wise man nor fool.
Hope you survive the cataracts and hurricanoes!
Blow ye winds o’ mornin’, blow ye winds hi ho!
Haul away your runnin’ gear and blow, boys, blow.
The Skipper’s on the after deck a lookin’ at the sails,
When up above the lookout spots a mighty school of whales.
From: Blow ye Winds – The Kingston Trio – 1959…
…so keep an eye open for them thar whales, Baron.
Same here, on the other side of the Atlantic (Lat: 38°43′00″ N
Long: 9°07′59″ O) and sea waves of 12 m. Wind has gone softer. Yet yellow alert.
prayers for y’all, I am embarrassed to discuss our weather in SoCal.
Do you think that all this weather might be somebody trying to tell us something?
Only that the storm winds blow against the just and the unjust!
I know, ‘just’ like how it rains.
Back to back storms of tjis magnitude centered on one area goes a bit beyond the realm of coincidence, at least to my way of thinking.
well, acuara, I don’t know how you’d fare in Florida during hurricane season. Some years people just keep the boards up on their windows.
March equinox storms. And the atlantic is a wild Ocean. It’s usual, we are still in winter