“Based on satellite imagery and surface observations, the risk of tropical-storm-force winds reaching the coastline appears now to be minimal.”
The seagulls aren’t buying that.
These guys are usually flying and landing in the river. Today, they had no interest in leaving the ground or the shore.
We never got the rain they were predicting. We really wanted some rain. We need rain. We did, however get some very strong wind gusts during the night.
The wind is blowing against the current and the current is choked down to a small stream.
By afternoon, the sky was clearing nicely
They said the storm danger had passed but the sky still had an ominous look to it last night.
The flags were blowing around quite a bit.
No, this was not being blown around, but I like heavy equipment.
These are under construction and almost finished.
It takes a pretty good gust to knock over a sawhorse. These were all down.
The sun is behind there somewhere, but it was having a hard time showing itself.
They are paving the parking lot. I think they need to move that dirt.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun series One-Liner Wednesday. Check out Linda’s post and all the other one-liners