Sunday, November 15, 2009

uh oh

I don't usually blog the weather report, but I just read this on KATU's website:

November is prime time for storms around here and this year is no different as two storms are racing toward the Pacific Northwest, expected to bring heavy rain and possibly very strong winds to parts of the region Monday and Tuesday.

High Wind Warnings are now in effect from 6 p.m. Sunday through 4 p.m. Tuesday for the coast and Northwest Interior from Monday morning through Tuesday morning. Along the coast, we could see gusts of 70 to 85 miles per hour at times, with gusts of 60 to 70 miles per hour in the north interior.

In addition, Flood Watches are in effect for all rivers that feed off the Olympic Mountains, as well as rivers in Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish Counties.


Apparently this will be me tomorrow and/or Tuesday:

8 comments:

dust bunny said...

Guess the best advice is to turn that umbrella into a sail. Eco-friendly travel in one direction, at least.

Presbyterian Gal said...

That drawing looks like it was done by Berkely Breathed.

Nicely done. Hope her hair stays in.

;-)

Rev SS said...

hopefully, weather will be calm by Friday -:)

Mompriest said...

We get winds like that all the time, but alas, not the rain....hope all is OK

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

goodness!

Jan said...

Well, I'm grateful for the Pacific fronts that are now reaching us here in S. TX. Rain and rain, thank goodness, today. Love the image!

Diane said...

love the drawing.

Processing Counselor said...

Well, Happy Thanksgiving to you wherever you are?