Beautiful weather over my acre this morning, the second day of no rain, and we can hear lawn mowers and small engines all over the neighborhood, cleaning up the place. It is the last week of August, and it's hurricane season, so we turn our eyes toward the tropics and see what's brewing up this morning.
Two areas of interest. The closest to us, that yellow X just south of Lake Charles causes some concern, so we hover our pointer over it to see the pop-up.
It only shows a ten percent chance of getting organized, but it's going to throw rain on south Texas and south Louisiana. Just what we need. NOT. We'll keep an eye on that.
The next item of interest is that second X, down around Florida/Cuba/Bahamas.
It's got a forty percent chance of getting organized as it moves through the strait of Florida and into the Gulf of Mexico. It will pay to keep a weather eye on it over the next several days.
PawPaw got up early and finished his yard work after coffee. The mower is rinsed off and put away, and Milady and I can enjoy the Saturday. We plan to go out to the club later, and get into a gunfight. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to have a mid-morning cup of coffee then take a shower. Today is shaping up very, very well.
Y'all get out and enjoy it.