Friday, August 25, 2006

Hola, Ernesto

No esta bienvenido aqui. Vaya se.

Update (8/27): "There will be probably be a restrengthening after it leaves the Cuban coast to a Category 2, and Wednesday night it will be west of Fort Myers as Category 3. That's the current thinking," (Ron) Goodman (a forecaster at the National Hurricane Center) said.

Update (8/28): Ernesto has heeded my warnings; he has veered so far to the east, away from Houston and New Orleans, that his dirty side appears ready to deliver an upper cut to Miami. He now poses a greater threat to the eastern US seaboard than to anything in the Gulf. With so much of the Florida peninsula to traverse, his impact will (hopefully) be greatly and quickly diminished.


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