Hurricane Irene Brushes Past South FloridaPosted on August 25th, 2011 3 comments
Here in Fort Lauderdale, we’re getting the first licks from Hurricane Irene’s outer bands. The sky over the Atlantic is nothing but bands of slate and dark gray, almost black, obliterating the sun from sunny South Florida.
Sheets of dense rain have been coming in waves, and streets prone to flooding are already under several inches of water. Thankfully this bitch is 200+ miles away. If it had hit us as a Cat 3, as previously forecasted, I wouldn’t be writing this…I’d be heading for shelter.
Let’s hope this whirling insanity doesn’t do much damage as it heads up the coast.
-Tiki Chris, reporting from the observation tower at Tiki Lounge Talk.
I’m thinking about all of you down there. Stay safe!
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