Hurricane Season 2020 – August

08.22.2020 @ 22:00 CDT Update

Hopefully we are spared…

8.22.2020 07:45 CDT Update.


“A lot of people are going to be impacted by rainfall and storm surge in the Gulf of Mexico,” according to the National Weather Service.


Two hurricanes have never appeared in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time, according to records going back to at least 1900, said Colorado State University hurricane researcher Phil Klotzbach.

The last time two tropical storms were in the Gulf together was in 1959, he said.”

The tropical storms are forecast to meet in the Gulf on Tuesday.

Early Saturday, Laura was centered about 150 miles southeast of Cozumel, Mexico, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. Marco was east of the Yucatan Peninsula.

8.22.2020 Update. I’m aboard Frank.

Hmmm. Laura and Marco are on a hot date. Will Laura pull Marco NE, or push Marco SW, or will Marco pull Laura SW or push Laura NE? Or what?

8.21.2020 …

8.20.2020 …

8.19.2020 – Another incoming…

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