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Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Hurricane Ike in Key West—Wednesday Night!
It is as much to my own surprise as anyone's that the weather continues to be noteworthy here in any sense other than it's great! Strangely enough, we are still being belted by powerful winds, yet Hurricane Ike is 300 miles Southwest of us!
Tonite, at the end of Duval, the presence of the winds is obvious from the waves overflowing the pier at the end, beating down the human-made sand dunes with great waves, and covering the entire block with saltwater, seaweed, and sand.
Tomorrow should be interesting: Sun or rain?
Posted by Mike Mongo at 10:49 PM