Much like pineapples, I am hardcore. (thisgirliknow) wrote,
Much like pineapples, I am hardcore.

The next bands of the hurricane never seemed to come. A little more light drizzling in my area, but not much more. The lake has soaked into our yard, so now we have sloshy mud, but no huge lake.

Other parts of town and surrounding areas didn't fare so well. There are still many street closures, a dam burst, a few rivers flooded, and there are, according to, 1800 residents without power. Flights were canceled, stores were robbed, and there are new sinkholes that weren't supposed to exist. Retention pond walls need to be fixed, excess flooding needs to hurry and dry or hurry and be moved. As far as I know there were still only those two casualties, and an indirect casualty from a shooting near FAMU.

Fay has moved in on land, in parts of Alabama & Mississippi, mostly. They are experiencing rain, and have flash flood warnings. Hopefully with the storm over land, it will begin to lose power and eventually give up.

I hope you are all well. Stay safe. Drive carefully. Eat your vegetables.
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