Katia – Where Have I Seen This Before?

Katia doesn’t look like Irene. It does look like a bunch of storms I’ve tracked over the years.

Is the headline too provocative? Katia doesn’t look like Irene. It does look like a bunch of storms I’ve tracked over the years. Each of them has passed wide right, safely missing the U.S. mainland.

There’s no guarantee that’s what will happen now. In fact there’s no guarantee period. It’s just the most likely of an unlimited number of choices.

At the moment Hurricane Katia is way out in the Atlantic. It’s about a week away from whatever its closest pass will be. It will be watched closely.

I’ll let you know if I change my mind.

9 thoughts on “Katia – Where Have I Seen This Before?”

  1. Hopefully I’ll have internet and Tv back by the time we know more – just got power back this afternoon so I’ve been wondering what’s happening. One per season is really enough! (Make that one per 25 seasons!)

  2. All I can say it’s not impossible and that things come in threes. We had an mini earthquake 2 weeks ago and Irene later that week and what’s to say Katia comes a little closer to the eastern part of connecticut especially the badly hit areas. HMMM…. I be watching.

    1. Connie and Diane were about a week apart in ’55. Cause of the great flood August 19, 1955. The devastation was tremendous and the photos still astound me.

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