It's too early to see any photos or video of the damage caused by
Hurricane Patricia, but a detail in the UKMET Storm-Tracker gave me reason to
look at what may likely happen in the next few days.
First, it seems that a small portion of the storm has broken away and will
be traveling northward along the mainland coast of the Gulf of California.
It's too early to tell what will become of that, but for now it appears that it
will fully dissipate before reaching Puerto Penasco.
But more importantly, the remnants of Patricia will be merging with a cold
front that is presently developing in the Pacific Northwest. This is going to
force the remnants of Patricia to follow the Gulf Coast, bringing substantial
rain to the Gulf states on Monday and then to the Carolinas to the Midwest on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro
- Hunter S. Thompson
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