Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Jerry1, Sep 6, 2007.
Well, let the fear mongering begin!!!
EL O EL.that would be funny.
O myey gawd, Look Morty!:icon_neut
Here we go...
It's going to rain on Sunday.. Oh noes!!
Cat 0s are faggots.
Nooooooo! I have a date on Monday & it would suck if it rained.
Speaking of storms a tree branch fell and ruined my deck. I don't own the house though so no biggie.
Pedro is pitching at Shea too on Sunday, and I'm going!!
Son of a....
Why would anyone live in an area that could be destroyed by a hurricane?
Slow news week. Making a story out of nothing.
None of the models show a direct strike scenario and the majority of the models have the storm re-curving out to sea in latitudes near the Carolinas. We're getting into the 36 to 60 hour forecast window where model accuracy improves so, my initial guess is for some rain and wind.
RUN AWAY!!!! RUN AWAY!!!!
I hope we do get hit.. I'm looking at buying another house and want to see if the basement gets wet when it rains... if it's not wet after a TS then I think I'm golden
I think the media got spoiled that one year when hurricanes were happening alot. Now in the last few years, especially after Katrina, all that has been happening is one or two storms a year and without the big damages and deathtolls. So now the media has got to make do with that.
I think for this storm, we'll get some rain and some wind. that's it.
I thought this would be a good thread to begin the possible fear-mongering that will result..
Oh well, looks like another non-story. That black triangle track going into PA is the XTRP, strictly a statistical extrapolation technique that is extremely weak with an ill defined disturbance like this.
You know, this could be really bad. Like, Manhattan could be under water and stuff/CSK
They should nuke the storm before it hits land.
they should start spreading soap detergent on the sidewalks now to clean the bums.