What the hell is this?

The weather has been CRAZY here for the last few days. Howling winds, swirling in all different directions, bouts of intense, heavy rain followed by blistering sunlight. It’s just been so odd.

And then? Then? Today? This is what I see a picture of:


Seriously, WTF?

I should note, that I don’t actually ever watch local news, and I only read the newspaper a few times a week, so I don’t usually have a grasp of what is going on locally, especially when it is something like weather. But y’all! That sure as shit looks like a damn tropical storm to me, and I don’t think I can take the stress of having tropical storms springing up in May.

Dammit, now! Y’all go out and buy those florescent lightbulbs RIGHT NOW. This is all Al Gore’s fault.

Picture VIA


Oh grand.  Now it has a name.  Andrea.  Sheesh.


3 responses to this post.

  1. Oh, I know the feeling of strange weather. Two weeks ago, we were suffering substansial flooding to the point that FEMA had to come in (and they came in on time, miracles never cease!). Now we are suffering through a drought and abnormally high temperatures. I do blame Al Gore, and the fact that he has trouble narrarating with any feeling whatsoever.


  2. Posted by Sandrita on May 10, 2007 at 6:59 pm

    Aargh, matie, batten down the hatches!

    There is a bill before the Alabama legislature that will make it ILLEGAL to anchor a boat out in a river that flows into Mobile Bay during a hurricane, unless the anchorage is 16 miles upstream from Mobile Bay. So what the hell are boaters supposed to do when they are ordered to evacuate a marina? Does anyone know how to “poof” a boat out of existence until the hurricane passes? The fine is $1000 plus the property owners who might get a stray boat in their yard that has broken loose from its moorings can file a civil suit. Isn’t this what liabilty insurance is all about. Anyway, if anyone who is a boater sees this, please RAISE HELL.


  3. Posted by Adam C on May 11, 2007 at 3:01 pm

    Um…I feel your pain. People were actually freaking out down here with the announcement that storm season (esp. with named storms) is starting already…as in it led the news for three straight days, even though it was on a different coast, different ocean, etc. I hope the predicitions aren’t right about this being an Atlantic Coast hurricane year…


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