Quote: Josh looking at the radar I agree with you. I came into the office after calling the hotline and realized we were open, I am surprised many employers didn't hold off until this afternoon to bring folks back in to the office. My car was swaying from side to side on 595 this morning.
Well, LisaC, unfortunately the county officials aren't the best weather forecasters (I have firsthand knowledge of this as I've been to the Broward EOC and have overheard some of their conversations — quite frightening) and they don't make the best weather-based decisions.
I do wonder, though, if they have resumed normal bus schedules, because many, many people in our county (Broward) rely on public transportation to get to and from work. As I said before, it may look okay now, but once the heavy thunderstorms start to get into the area things will be quite a bit different,. Those squalls probably have close to 60mph wind gusts (as you would expect with a severe thunderstorm on any given day).
All in all, it is important to make the personal decision to probably stay in the house today.
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