Hurricane Season goes Ελληνικά (Greek).

UPDATE Below @ 10:00 hrs Sept 20 from US Weather Service

Upperdate Below @ 07:00 hrs Sept 21.

It is still September – 20th today, and already the publicists at the weather forecasters have run out of letters of the alphabet. For some reason, the meteorological alphabet runs from A to T. So rather than use the Japanese model and number storms, they went Greek for “the second time since the ’50s” That’s so we blame it on #climatechange. Right. Storm Beta is this week’s concern.

So here we are again, checking on Frank. Last night was quite cool, so I slept well. The Marina had emailed that they were going to close off the cap park and vehicle access to the piers at 9am. So I moved the truck last night.

Woke to a beautiful morning with a cooling breeze and some haze. And an email saying that pier access is now open until Midday. Here’s why:

Hopefully, Beta will keep nudging North West.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, here’s 2,000.

TS Beta, 07:00 CST, September 21 2020. Should be ok.

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