Monday, August 17, 2009

Tropical Depression Ana

I was just commented the other day about how it is almost the end of August, and we have not heard about any storms coming our way. Now, this past weekend two disturbances have formed. One is Ana, which is passing by Puerto Rico now. This storm is not major and will just dump a lot of rain. The problem is we don't need anymore rain. Then right behind is a storm that has been upgraded to a hurricane named Bill. So far Bill is projected to to curve north in the Atlantic and spare us any problems. At least we hope that is what happens.

1 comment:

Technology said...

Hopefully it gets downgraded before it hits the mainland.