#Irma update.

Well, we survived, and the houses survived, just foliage down. No power though. Neither at our house or my parents’ house, but we have two gennys and my dad hooked into water next door (my parents have a well, next door is county water). Yes, we brought all our furbabies with us. So I won’t … Read More

Release Day: A Case of You (Suncoast Society)

Whelp, #Irma’s track is throwing us back into massive anxiety. As of this morning, the eye will be closer to us, and there is model guidance suggesting that trend might continue. So we’re finishing up a few outside preparations and waiting to see if we need to bug out to my parents’ house or not. … Read More

I hate wait-and-see mode.

Hurricane Irma is damaging my calm in a serious way. The latest model runs seem to indicate we’ll be okay over on Florida’s west coast, but as is the nature of these things, we won’t know for sure until closer to the time. We’re prepared, we’ve stocked up and gassed up, and now…we wait. It’s … Read More

Go away, #Irma.

This is what I awoke to this morning. Yes, it’s still early, and the track can (hopefully) shift. Otherwise, it’s coming literally right over the top of us when it makes landfall. I know it’s a release week (A Case of You, coming Friday, available for pre-order) but I might not be around much, because … Read More

Hurricane #Matthew – Heads up and weather resources.

I wish that image was one of those, “Hurricane forecasters in Florida,” memes…but it’s not. That is a screenshot of the latest Hurricane Matthew models as of 10:30am Thursday, 10/6/2016. Um…yeah. The thing is, this has been trending for DAYS and the National Hurricane Center (NHC) uses the most conservative estimates for track forecasts. But … Read More