Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Dean's Path

Hurrican Dean is the 3rd most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall since the 1850s. Dean was a top-scale Category 5 storm at landfall Tuesday on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Its maximum sustained winds were 165 mph and gusts reached 200 mph. I am blogging this story because I am from Houston and if you guys remember 2 years ago when hurricane Rita was on her way, I evacuated and it took me 16 hours to get to Austin, Texas (which is normally a 2 hour drive) I personally hope the hurricane dies down a bit more before coming this way and I pray that all will be ok in Mexico and if we have to evacuate, that it will go alot smoother than it did 2 years ago.

1 comment:

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