Wicked Breeze Hits Maine Monday, Sep 29 2008 

Govnah, the moose have been right out straight dealing with that wicked breeze Kyle.



Bisso Marine Learns Houston Gets Hurricanes, Too Thursday, Sep 11 2008 

When Bisso Marine, a 116-year-old New Orleans marine-salvage company, decided to keep its headquaters in Houston after moving there days after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans CityBusiness quoted its owner Cappy Bisso as saying New Orleans is “depressing.”  He said he moved because he couldn’t “live in [his] Uptown house that took 4 feet of water and, with all the goings-on and lack of infrastructure.”

You know Capster, Houston gets hurricanes, too.  Depressing?  Maybe, but things lightened up after the Saints-Falcons Breakthrough Miracle and Chris Rose went on Cymbalta.  My definition of depressing?  Houston has three Pancho’s locations.

Houston, You Have a Problem Monday, Sep 8 2008 

Hurricane Ike: The Brother of All Storms

Please Be Orange or Green (Thanks Houston) Wednesday, Aug 27 2008 

Nice Knowing You Wednesday, Aug 27 2008 

Édouard to Texas? Monday, Aug 4 2008 

Merde, Édouard! S’il vous plaît ne viennent pas en Louisiane!

Hello, Dolly! Sunday, Jul 20 2008 

Gulp.  The first tropical storm of the year, TS Dolly, is headed into the Gulf.   Although the projected track right now is across the Yucatan and the U.S. Mexican border, it will likely be a stressful 90 days.  Grab your Rolaids and keep the Suburban gassed up, if you can afford it.

Arthur Leads Off Hurricane Season 2008 Saturday, May 31 2008 

Hurricane season 2008 is upon us! Arthur is leading us off, headed for Belize. Not to worry, it’s barely a strong breeze.

But the hurricane geniuses at Colorado State University – shouldn’t they be studying earthquakes or avalanches? – predict an above average probability of a major hurricane striking the United States in 2008. Right now, they are guessing 15 named storms, 8 of them hurricane, and 4 of them intense. They also predict a 44% chance of a major hurricane (Cat 3 or higher) hitting somewhere along the Gulf Coast from Brownsville to the Florida pandhandle. (UPDATE: AP questions utility of pre-season hurricane forecasts.)

Of course, they may amend their predictions down the line, like they usually do. But if they’re right, we need to hunker down you guys. Hunker down one more time.

To Houston Mean Dean May Careen Friday, Aug 17 2007 

Dean looks mean. To Houston? Yet to be seen.

Happy Hurricane Season Friday, Jun 1 2007 

Here’s wishing you and yours a Happy Hurricane Season. From your friends at The Weathers Report.

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