Alberto On His Way

Well, it’s probably not going to be that big of a deal, but I actually live right in the exact spot where the green dot labeled “Tuesday” is on this map…

If Alberto sticks to this path and gains some substantial strength then there’s a chance that Third Party Watch will take a break from new updates for a few days. Hopefully the power will either stay on, or come back quickly, because it’s pretty darn hot here in June.

4 Responses to “Alberto On His Way”

  1. Lenny Zimmermann Says:

    The latest predictions still don’t expect it to get any stronger than a Tropical Storm. Living where you do I’m sure you’ve seen a few of those before so I’m pretty sure you’ve got nothing to worry about. Besides all of your readers will be needing thier 3rd Party fix, so no power outages are allowed for you!

  2. Austin Cassidy Says:

    That’s what they’ve been saying on the local news for the most part… at the very most a category 1, which is really not a big deal. I could go outside and wash my car during a category 1 practically, particularly coming from the West coast inward.

    But the area where I live enjoys losing power. It’s barely begun raining up here and 1,300 people lost power last night due to falling trees.

    We didn’t even get a direct hit during Francis and my apartment complex was without power for 4 days… after that I guess I try to expect the worst.

  3. Khatores Says:

    We have a lot of big heavy oak trees here, and they tend to be highly suspecptible to wind and rain, and it’s not always obvious when they’re rotted and weakened. So, they tend to fall over all of a sudden during storms, usually on houses or power infrastructure.

  4. KenH Says:

    Best wishes to everyone in Florida that ya’ll get needed rain but not much else.

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