The weather forecasts on the local channels in ATL and here in Greenville are causing people to try and find out what's going on. That's why you're starting to see more "inlanders" around. We're being told to batten down the hatches for this one. Lots of talk about massive power outages in this area if we get the rain they're thinking over the weekend. Nothing but pine trees in soft, wet ground around here right now.
I can see the ASPLUNDH and Davey Tree Service trucks rolling down I-85 from my office window...wonder how many of them actually end up hanging in this area until the weekend.
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