Sorry to hear you're not feeling well HF. Well, finished what little preps I going to do, at least as of this moment. Picked all the ripe & semi-ripe tomatoes, staked them up a bit better. Closed all umbrellas..yada yada. If conditions warrant later, I'll bring in all the potted plants, take down my American flag, remove the umbrellas and furniture...you all know the drill.
One thing I always notice...animals. No squerrils running about and birds are quiet. Even my dog doesn't want to go for a walk. Amazing how they can sense these things.
Conditions: cloudy with some light breezes. Nothing to indicate anything approaching TS conditions. BTW, in case anyone missed Wxman's comment, my area is under a TS warning for tonight & tomorrow. No big deal, I hope. After work, gonna drive down to the beach and check the waves. Supposed to be 15+ feet. Cool!
Talk to you later.
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