Hurricane Earl Path
August 31, 2010 by USA Post
Hurricane Earl Path, Hurricane Earl is on a path to the U.S., current projections, and head north to New England to lose and could maintain hurricane strength as you go. As someone who has experienced major hurricanes first hand – I felt the eye of Hurricane Andrew in Miami in 1992 and New Orleans pre-Hurricane Katrina – I’ve seen how difficult it can be hurricanes. The emotional and physical damage is real (for Andrew, we lost all our roof, our roof collapsed, the porch left without words, and a traumatized child finished elementary school).
Without minimizing — crouching in a bathtub while-your-house-spins-around-you sense, it is important to remember how expensive it can be hurt by the storm, and how useful it is to take preventive measures. Although not seen as Earl is going to pull any magic Category 5 in the Northeast, taking into account the effect of Katrina in my childhood home: It was only a Category 1 or 2 when he arrived, but our roof leaked so so terrible that we had to use our generator to run the dryer in order to produce more towels to stop the water – we’d use a wet towel in the house alone. The same happened with all our neighbors, because all our ceilings were just 13 years old, as they had all been replaced for the last time after Andrew. Preventive measures such as custom blinds are extremely expensive, but after the stories I heard, I would not put my trust in the board layers.
Conclusion: Prevention is expensive, but cleanliness is even more expensive. The Northeast is not used to hurricanes, but if you’re looking for someone to tell you about supplies of bottled water, just ask the Miami
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