Darn. Good for the people, good for the birds, unfortunate for inland hurricane bird seekers... Latest forecast shows Hurricane Joaquin to make a Northeast turn and head out to the Atlantic. Appears that a building high pressure ridge over the Great Lakes and a stronger high pressure ridge
Chris, Thanks for the heads-up. Remember, all the good birds are on the east side of these storms, so we want it to pass to our west. If it stays to the east, all we get are heavy rains. The forecast at http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/graphics_at1.shtml?5-daynl#contents makes it look iffy for us.