Just make it go away, Robert.

From today’s Miami Herald:

South Florida’s emergency managers urged residents to start taking sensible precautions — and to be careful. A 12-year-old boy was flown Sunday night from Southwest Miami-Dade to Miami Children’s Hospital after a hurricane shutter fell on his leg.

Local forecasters predicted that tropical-storm conditions — heavy rain and sustained winds well above 39 mph — could begin arriving in the Keys, Miami-Dade and Broward by Tuesday afternoon and persist through Thursday.

They also warned of storm-surge flooding and possible tornadoes, regardless of the intensity of Ernesto’s winds or its precise path near or through South Florida.

”Preparations to protect life and property may need to be initiated over all of South Florida on Monday,” Robert Molleda, the National Weather Service’s warnings coordinator, said Sunday night.

Robert, isnt there something you can do to make old ernie stay the hell away from us? The blue tarps on my roof will greatly appreciate it.

5 thoughts on “Just make it go away, Robert.”

  1. Did I really say that?

    Oh yeah, I need to start those preparations now after a hectic 10-hour day at work.

    Ughhhhh! And you guys think I actually like this stuff.

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