Does anyone remember that storm a couple of years ago that did a loop-d-loop and came back near the US? Was it Dennis? I remember we called it the "storm that wouldn't die". Hm.
I'm leaving for Maryland this weekend for a weeklong family reunion in Cambridge. I'm going to be watching Danny pretty closely, I guess. Not that I think he will make landfall at the house we rented or anything, but just the weather effects in general.
If I have to sit in a house with 30+ people for 5 days while it rains outside, I'll go insane. Or, at least...I'll be revisiting going insane...
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