To our members living in the Carolina’s especially closer to the ocean DUCK! Or maybe I should say Incoming? Ophelia is slowly but surly making her way onto the coast. She isn’t as strong as Katrina was, thank god for small favors, but never the less, 85 mph winds are nothing to sneeze at.
Take care, be careful and if it looks like flooding, get the fuck out.
sunny A day without sunshine is like a day without laughter :sun:
ahhhh chooo :D
Speaking of which…I thought they named hurricanes by alphabetical order, switching gender names each time. Did I miss something, or did they go from K to O.
I was referring to myself, but yeah you can learn something new everyday if you like. I was under the impression you were all-knowing to begin with. ;) Should we start calling you The Great and Powerful Oz?
I think we both are for going back and forth between two threads just to have a conversation. :smack: <—-Smacking myself
Anyone remember any of these, all such big storms the name can never be used again..
Chronologically 1954 - Carol 1954 - Hazel 1955 - Connie 1955 - Diane 1955 - Ione 1955 - Janet 1957 - Audrey 1960 - Donna 1961 - Carla 1961 - Hattie 1963 - Flora 1964 - Cleo 1964 - Dora 1964 - Hilda 1965 - Betsy 1966 - Inez 1967 - Beulah 1968 - Edna 1969 - Camille 1970 - Celia 1972 - Agnes 1974 - Carmen 1974 - Fifi 1975 - Eloise 1977 - Anita 1979 - David 1979 - Frederic 1980 - Allen 1983 - Alicia 1985 - Elena 1985 - Gloria 1988 - Gilbert 1988 - Joan 1989 - Hugo 1990 - Diana 1990 - Klaus 1991 - Bob 1992 - Andrew 1995 - Luis 1995 - Marilyn 1995 - Opal 1995 - Roxanne 1996 - Cesar 1996 - Fran 1996 - Hortense 1998 - Georges 1998 - Mitch 1999 - Floyd 1999 - Lenny 2000 - Keith 2001 - Allison 2001 - Iris 2001 - Michelle 2002 - Isidore 2002 - Lili 2003 - Fabian 2003 - Isabel 2003 - Juan 2004 - Charley 2004 - Frances 2004 - Ivan 2004 - Jeanne
My memory is bad, floyd was Bermuda?
Ophelia is hardly even a hurricane. 85 mph is something to sneeze at. That cant even tear shingles off you’re roof. Dont let the media scare you too much. We need tourist here in Florida, these hurricanes arent anything to fear. They move slow as crap, and you have multiple days warning.
Ophelia hit us as a tropical storm backed off turned into a hurricane and went north. I sneezed at it, i must admit.:)
In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is king.
The storms between Katrina and Ophelia burned out in the Atlantic.