Hurricane Harbor

A writer and a tropical muse. A funky Lubavitcher who enjoys watching the weather, hurricanes, listening to music while enjoying life with a sense of humor and trying to make sense of it all!

Wednesday, July 28, 2004

There's Something About the Bahamas

:)

Smiling here.. such a good morning.

Okay...so this was the morning announcement from the National Hurricane Center what those of us in the biz call the "TWO" Morning announcements, remember when you were in highschool and they had those morning announcements...

Well...you see there is a big Mish Mahsh of moisture out there across a large area of tropical territory and its not doing anything specific but the Canadian (smile) and some other model has blessed it with a possibility so everyone is watching it. Only game in town..not much else to look at.. so... we are watching.

In Orthodox/Lubavitch circles this area would be called a Mishgabobble. Yes.. thats a word, a mishgabobble.. come on..say it.. Let it roll off your tongue and sit around and spin a bit like the area in the bahamas... Mishgabobble... love that word, kids would use it when small in school, not sure who started  it but its known round most Chabad parts.. wherever there are small ones.. mishgabobble..

So....what we got is SOMETHING in the Bahamas.. we don't know what but its there..
and the water is hot.. HOT HOT HOT... and... its trapped and tied up there in some saddistic dance of nature... being held there and being watched and its enjoying it. Sort of likes the weather watchers watching it.. enjoys voyeristic boyfriends..

It knows everyone is watching... its enjoying everyone watching..its just being itself, playing, singing, dancing ..."but every night all the men would come around, and lay their money down"

So.... if you are a tropical watcher.. keep watching..keep betting...keep talking...keep chatting.. keep dreaming.. and the mishgabobble out there that the NHC has said we should watch, kind of sort of like you watch the house across the street hoping the cute girl who lives there will come out in a halter top and short shorts and prance around pretending to water the lawn while she's hoping you are looking through your window watching..

so watch.. keep watching
sometimes we don't mind people watching

and that Gypsy like magical mess of a mishgabobble will dance around in your crystal balls and you watch her dance from your closed stuffy airless rooms with your big monitors on computers that you name :) like you name other parts of your bodies and ... keep watching

yes... and put on some great old CD with some Cher songs or any other songs you are lucky enough to have around like.. and watch your gypsy system out there trying to get you to put your money down... and watch her dance..

Have a great Wednesday.. one of my favorite days of the week.
Thank you Jay (my brother) for sending me these two great CDs..
one day you and my friend can duke it out for who makes the best music CDs for me.
This is the year 2004...your brother can live in Thessaloniki Greece and make you CDs from songs he got online that are from your childhood together out in SW Miami.. so that you can almost taste Betsy brewing out there somewhere...teasing forecasters, playing peek a boo.. I'm here..going there, nope..going there haha, you can't figure out where I'm going

Good morning from the NHC... and remember "THERES SOMETHING ABOUT THE BAHAMAS"

000ABNT20 KNHC 280918TWOAT TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOKNWS/TPC NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL530 AM EDT WED JUL 28 2004FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...AN ELONGATED SURFACE TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE...INTERACTING WITH ANUPPER-LEVEL LOW...IS PRODUCING NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND SCATTEREDTHUNDERSTORMS FROM NEAR THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN BAHAMASEASTWARD OVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN FOR SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES.UPPER-LEVEL WINDS ARE CURRENTLY UNFAVORABLE FOR ANY TROPICALCYCLONE DEVELOPMENT TO OCCUR...BUT CONDITIONS MAY BECOME MOREFAVORABLE OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS AS THE SYSTEM MOVESWEST-NORTHWESTWARD AT 10 TO 15 MPH.ELSEWHERE...TROPICAL STORM FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED THROUGHTHURSDAY.FORECASTER STEWART$$   

1 Comments:

At 3:28 PM, Blogger alena said...

Cool Blog, I never really thought about it that way.

I have a Hurricane Katrina blog. It pretty much covers hurricane related stuff.

Thank you - and keep up the thoughts!

 

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