Sunday, September 7, 2008

Hurricane Ike Heads for the Gulf of Mexico

Here we go again. Hurricane Ike is headed into the Gulf of Mexico and is currently listed as a Category 4 storm.

I guess I better get ready for another possible storm. Just another day in the life of living in Texas.

View the Ike Tracker on "The Weather Channel" here.

"Ike is now an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane on the (level one to five) Saffir-Simpson scale." - National Hurricane Center spokesman


Law and Order Teacher said...

This is surely a problem we don't understand unless we were there. God bless you and your fellow Texans. I've never been in a hurricane, however, I have been in a cyclone in SE Asia. Interesting the power of nature, eh?

Texas Truth said...

Law and Order Teacher: We have lived the the gulf coast region of Texas since 1986 and have never (until recently) experienced this many hurricanes.

The liberal wackos say it is global warming. I say that assessment is "bull shit."

It is just Mother Nature doing whatever she does best!