Saturday, August 22, 2009

billy boy

The entire province is peering to the south and pondering how worried to be.

Tomorrow (or Sunday morning, or Sunday night, dependent upon whom you listen to) a Hurricane named Bill is going to come roaring up the coast and drop a lot (or a little) of rain and a whole lot (or maybe just thunderstorms!) of wind along the coast.

We expect a wild and crazy night. Or maybe just a wet and windy Sunday.

I mean, we'll be fine. We will. But this constant second-guessing sucks.

7 comments:

FoundProdigalDaughter said...

I hear ya, hard to know who to believe or what will happen until it actually happens. Stay safe.

kgirl said...

Yikes. Hope you get more lamb than lion. We actually had tornados in Toronto this week! The apocalypse is surely on its way.

Jen on the Edge said...

We usually get at least one heavy storm every fall that is due to a hurricane. Every few years, one will come directly over us (we're 200 miles inland). It's a bit wild when it happens, but luckily everything turns out okay.

Good luck. I'll be thinking about you.

Debbie Rodgers said...

Exactly.

2:30 am Sunday & hardly a breeze. Satellite photos show Bill still south of NYC & traveling at 25 mph. That means he'll be here in....*yawn*

Still, you there on the South Shore might be getting mighty wet...sometime

Keep smilin'

Posybunny said...

Hope you are safe...:)

coastrat said...

I hope and pray that you folks up there are doing OK as Bill passes by.

Loth said...

Keeping our fingers crossed that Bill turns out to be very much sub-Juan.