Sunday, October 23, 2005

What To Expect…

From the Miami Herald:

South Florida’s weather will deteriorate through the night and into Monday, forecasters said.

Here are some details for Miami-Dade and Broward counties:

• Sustained tropical storm winds between 39 and 74 mph could begin around midnight and last until 4 or 5 p.m. Monday.

• Bursts of hurricane winds higher than 74 mph could begin around 7 a.m. Monday and last until 1 p.m.

• Four to eight inches of rain are expected, with some areas receiving as many as 12 inches.

• Tornadoes are possible.

• Some causeways in central and north Miami-Dade could flood late Sunday and early Monday.

Here’s the 2 p.m. tracking map.

With the constant babbling of the local TV stations, I found refuge in cable TV movies. I really enjoyed Finding Neverland. Well, it’s better than The Perfect Storm, and while I love Key Largo, it’s a little too close to home at the moment.