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#2053

You need some rain. Need some rain? We have rain. We’ll give you buy one get one free rain.


#2054

FEMA says to stock up on essentials from all levels of the food pyramid. Am I doing this right?


#2055

Yeah, after I posted that I did kind of think I may have been a tad insensitive, as in yelling ‘Oh, why can’t I have at least a stiff breeze and a touch of rain, woe is poor me!’ :slight_smile: :cloud_with_rain:


#2056

Yes, since Irma is bearing down on Charleston, we kegged some emergency drinking beer :slight_smile:


#2057

Wanna send some of that up I-95, since we’re in the path as well?


#2058

psst! Throw the wind in for free when he’s not looking.


#2059

I don’t know man…I think I’ll take rain and potential flooding over fire. I mean, at least there is something left after a flood…fire…that is just destroyer of worlds stuff.


#2060

This man has a great evacuation plan - let the beer come to me!


#2061

Man, if this thing keeps pushing west, the brewery may dodge a bullet. :sweat_smile: Of course @BeachAV8R, @Navynuke99, and @chipwich will be tango uniform. But, at least the beer will be safe!


#2062

and nothing of value was lost :stuck_out_tongue:

I keed, I keed


#2063

Thank you for doing this. My wife’s family has battled this disease for years and we all appreciate the help with fundraising.


#2064

Cool Irma map from Google.

https://google.org/crisismap/2017-irma


#2065


#2066

You’re absolutely doing it right! Stocking up on water is a priority in emergency situations! :grin:


#2067

No idea if this is factual, but puts things in perspective. I flew into KFLL 2 weeks after Andrew and South Florida looked very much like Fallujah. Complete neighborhoods flattened, large boats sitting in the middle of roads, downed power lines and trees covering everything. Not a single structure left untouched. Zoo animals scattered, National Guard at intersections.

This morning…


#2068

I have to admit I’m being a bit of a hurricane track addict this week. For obvious reasons…but it’s also just fascinating to read about eye-wall replacement cycles, shear, wobbles, brown water effect…etc…


#2069

Man I feel bad for all the people in Irma’s path.

German weather is so incredibly tame (luckily). We sometimes (very rarely) get storms with winds up to 140ish km/h but that’s it.

Today was pretty bad by our standards:


#2070

It’s…wow…(hit the PLAY button…)

http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/exper/?parms=meso1-13-200-0-50


#2071

Lunch was literally across the tracks.


#2072