Harvey Storm Updates

Latest on Harvey:

-National Weather Service wrote it ‘Takes Aim’ at U.S.

-Four major airlines have now issued travel waivers;

-‘Torrential’ Rain in the forecast;

-Hurricane Watches issued, could form by Friday.

-More: http://bit.ly/2iqKqQt

Tags: weather hurricane storm harvey tropical storm rain tropical depression

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Biggest worry when cruising this time of year.  I'm in Cocoa beach. Sailing Saturday.  I should be fine heading south.

Please keep us in the loop while you are within free info range.

Will do

Thanks for the info 

We will be watching the weather and thinking of you Todd.

UPDATE: JetBlue and Southwest have also now issued weather waivers due to Harvey, which has strengthened into a Tropical Storm and is "likely" to become a hurricane in the next 36 hours, the NWS's 4a update states.

I'm under "Tropical Storm Type" weather forecast through the weekend.

Wonderful way to start a week of annual leaveAngry

Todd - It looks like you will be getting better weather than me!

Little man : my friend Harvey is bigger than me !

Ralph :   I've got a friend Shirley  that's bigger than you.

Enter Harvey

Norton :  uhhhhh, hey Ralph....he's bigger than your friend Shirley !

 

 

taken from a Honeymooners episode.

It's amazing the truly stupid stuff that gets stuck in my head

Stay safe BDRebel - not looking good for Texas ... come to Vegas!!!

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