Skip to comments.Tropical Storms Maria & Nate
Posted on 09/08/2011 11:39:01 AM PDT by NautiNurse
The 2011 Atlantic Tropical Storm season is at its peak with three active systems. Meanwhile, major inland flooding continues from the remnants of TS Lee. Tropical Storm Maria developed east of the Caribbean Sea. Tropical Storm Nate is nearly stationary in the Bay of Campeche. Hurricane Katia is churning in the Atlantic between the U.S. East Coast and Bermuda.
It sure doesn't look like it.
I’ve tried everything I can think of to make it rain here. I’ve prayed, washed my car, did a rain dance and laid out some rugs and pillows to air. We’re stuck this way until God decides otherwise. You’d think we’d be mosquito free too but nooooooo. The little bloodsuckers are out there to get us when we water our yards.
Is that a pat on the back? :o)
One interesting fact is that Texas has never taken a major hurricane direct hit after September 30th. Not saying it couldn’t happen, but that’s the date we all aim for, for breathing easier.
It’ll rain when the Lord decides he’s run off enough yankees. ;)
It is a good thing :)
Thanks for the ping.
Doesn’t look like. My friend in Houston said all of their plants and trees are gasping for rain and they are too.
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