Saturday, September 9, 2017

Hurricane Irma Update 11

Here’s the 8 p.m. from NOAA.  Rain bands and heavy weather has been moving in from the Atlantic as the feeder bands (a great name for an indy rock group, according to a friend) generate tornadoes and high winds.

This will be the last update tonight from me, but the link to NOAA is live and updated. I hope that we still have power when I get up in the morning.  If not, I will get word to my brother who will let you know our status here in suburban Miami.

I have a friend who is an officer with Miami-Dade Metro Police.  He stopped by to check out my house a couple of hours ago and said everything is okay.  That was before the heavier rains came, but my concern was the storm surge.  I hope that his good news holds.  (Thank you, MR.)

4 barks and woofs on “Hurricane Irma Update 11

  1. You’re in my thoughts during this scary event, and I hope you’ll stay safe and secure. Tomorrow I’ll be driving my Periwinkle Pontiac to a local car show, and I’ll say hi to the classic Mustangs while I’m there.

    Hugs, Donna

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