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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Wake Up to a Weather Alert

ACK! Seems Tropical Storm Alex has been busy during the night. I woke to find this email from Governor Perry's Office.

"Gov. Perry Issues Disaster Proclamation for Tropical Storm Alex



Tropical Storm Alex poses a threat of imminent disaster along the Texas Coast in the counties of Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Cameron, Duval, Hidalgo, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Kenedy, Kleberg, Live Oak, McMullen, Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio, Starr, Webb, Willacy, and Zapata beginning June 27, 2010, and continuing.


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So off I trot over to NHC @ NOAA to see the path because once the storm tracks into the HAWTER deep waters of the Gulf; they tend to pick up strength. http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
The next 24 hours will determine how the storm will land either way looks like we fall into the right side of the storm no matter where it will make land fall.  Another point, since our internet service provider has its servers housed in Brownsville; we may be off line after Wednesday. 
 
I guess this afternoon hubby and I will be doing FOD walks to ensure no loose tools, toys, branches and such items will become missiles.  Saying a little prayer for those who have already lost lives, been affected, and are in the path of this storm.

6 comments:

Sharon said...

Stay safe, I know you know the drill! This is going to make a mess in more ways than one, isn't it?

Menu Maker Mom said...

Hi there! I found you on localharvest.org while looking for grass-fed beef / free range chicken raised locally around Pleasanton. What are you raising these days?

Nekkid Chicken said...

Yes Mrs. Sharon,

We are battening down. ACK


Menu,

Nice to meet ya. We are 45 miles So of Pleasanton. We are raising guinea fowl, americana, and buffs. This is our rebuilding year for hens. We dabble in pig, rabbit, and goat raising as well. I will head to your blog now if you have one.

~;>

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Melodie said...

It doesn't look like this is going to be a big one and I hope it stays that way!Hope you all come through safe and sound! I think all we will get is rain up our way.....

polly's path said...

stay safe and report back!!! Yes, it does look like it is coming your way, unfortunately.
Our weather guy said we may get some rain bands from it in our area later on.