Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Ernesto comes ashore, drenches southern Florida

Drenches is the TV people's colorful and attention-grabbing way of saying things got wet. Other than that, nothing fucking happened.

A weaker-than-expected Tropical Storm Ernesto soaked South Florida, after coming ashore, but forecasters warned it could move into the Atlantic on Wednesday and make landfall later this week in the Carolinas.

Be warned Carolinas...things might get wet.

The storm threatened to dump 3 to 6 inches of rain in the central and south part of the state with isolated amounts of 10 inches possible.

3 to 6 inches? Build the Ark!!

"It probably won't become a hurricane again, but there's still that chance as the center of circulation passes the Florida peninsula and moves back out into the Atlantic," said CNN meteorologist Maria Ramos. "If that happens if may be able to regain a little bit of strength."

The news is not far from threatening to kill us themselves if we don't watch aren't they?


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