This week, it's finally starting to feel like fall in Florida. Temperatures have dropped below 80 once or twice. I was actually able to open my windows yesterday.
And then I turn on this morning's news to hear we may have a hurricane (or tropical storm) next week. A HURRICANE. IN NOVEMBER? Yup, Hurricane Ida.
For those not familar with hurricane season, we typically get hit in August and September when the waters are hot. (Andrew hit Florida and then Louisiana in late-August, as did Katrina hit New Orleans in late-August). So a hurricane in November is very odd (since the Gulf's water have cooled off).
We should be thinking about Thanksgiving and Christmas, not hurricane preparation. Very odd.