Post by Jean Lemieux on Oct 25, 2012 21:12:56 GMT -5
Ouff! Poor Publix store.
Of course I (later) heard about this hurricane even though I was only a year old when it occurred. Pierce Phillips mentioned about it in the past on this forum. He was living in Florida when it happened.
The worst part of the hurricane season around the Americas is always around late August when school restarts. Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana occurred on August 29, 2005.
Just yesterday and today Hurricane Sandy passed over Jamaica, Cuba and Haiti. It's currently around the Bahamas. Late October is pretty late for a big Hurricane like Sandy. I thought the Hurricane season ended around late September.
Yes, I currently have the window open and feeling the nice tropical breeze from Sandy now, as I type.. The Florida East coast is getting tropical storm winds from it..
Hurricane season technically ends in late November.. It's just August is when they really fire up and October it slows down..
I remember the aftermath of Andrew and the devastation.. It was the worst damage caused by a hurricane on record.. It was everyday news even years after.. I'm sure there is footage of stuff taken place during the storm on Youtube somewhere..
Last Edit: Oct 25, 2012 21:49:43 GMT -5 by Adam D.