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Ororo Munroe
Scientists predict a busier-than-normal hurricane season in 2007. A… 
22nd-May-2007 12:28 pm
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Scientists predict a busier-than-normal hurricane season in 2007.

A subtropical storm has already grown to large enough proportions to be named; hurricane season has not even officially started yet. No storms made landfall last year, but with an above-average prediction this year, we may not be so fortunate. The NOAA advises those that may be affected to update their preparedness plans - this is not us, but we should still be aware (particularly RedX participants).

Additional information here.
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22nd-May-2007 08:37 pm (UTC)
I've seen hurricanes hit the coast. They strip away the houses like kids blocks, up and over three field to land in splinters. Waves twenty feet tall that can crack brickwork; winds that can suck you up and toss you a mile before you have the chance to take a breath. I know you're powerful, 'ro, but that's something primal. You don't get in the way of that unless you're not expecting not to come out after.
22nd-May-2007 08:49 pm (UTC)
There is another thing to consider. How many lives must be at stake before your own becomes forfeit? I will pray to the Goddess that the hurricanes that do form stay well away from land... it scares me to even think that they might not. For many reasons.
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