Is it me or is it particularly potent this time around? The image of it is pretty amazing.
I think it seems much stronger this season. Haven't seen so many grey days without our gorgeous blue skies and puffy white clouds.
However, this dry air/dust has many benefits such as dampening the strengthening of tropical storms as well as replenishing the Amazon.
It does bring bacteria that can affect corals, tho.
Not happy with cleaning windows, screens, truck, etc, more often but as long as it keeps tropical systems from intensifying, I say "OKAY!"
Nothing to be sorry about. I wasn't throwing out a non sequitur as I was addressing the previous poster's comment. Fortunately I don't have chronic respiratory problems but do have them to the extent that breathing in this sort of weather certainly affects me very negatively. Just my opinion that, given the choice, I'd far rather deal with that than losing everything. 😀
I could use some free water...we need a nice tropical storm to refill the cisterns.
No we don't need any tropical storms to fill cisterns. Thanks but will totally pass on that idea.
The stress of dealing with tropical storms far outwheighs whatever rainfall may come from them
Clorox your cistern water after storms.
We indeed got a lovely rain shower last night and that cleared things up, nicely as OT mentions.
Nice that it is much cooler as well than last couple of days and we can enjoy some blue skies today!
Its been really hazy lately, I agree. There is also a large algae bloom (in the water) on the north side Ive noticed. Makes the bioluminescence in Hull FANTASTIC!!! Tonight, night snorkel was the best Ive seen other than over in STX.
It poured many times yesterday at my house. We were thinking about looking for a new cheaper place but with $100 WAPA bills and a cistern that seems to always be full and overflowing... maybe we should stay LOL.
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