For those following, here’s an update on the impending visit from Danny. Over the weekend it had been downgraded to a Cat 2 hurricane and then last night to a tropical storm, and then early this morning to a tropical depression.
The little guy just couldn’t hang tough and being it’s been HOT in the Carribean for the last few months, it just really didn’t have a chance. So it looks like it’s heading more south of us but so far the weather folks are projecting that PR may be getting 2-4 inches of rain staring tonight into tomorrow.
I’m really hoping they’re right. It’s not so bad here in the West side but San Juan and surrounding municipalities are having to go 2-3 days with absolutely no water; as in the pipes are closed and you get nada. It’s dry here and things are turning brown but we haven’t had to conserve water. And we do get an occasional sprinkle here and there.
So all is calm (for now) on the Homefront. Reports are also that the winds could kick up so there’s also the possibility of losing power. We are stocked up on food, gas for the generator, Don Q and coke, and water.
Here’s hoping for rain and everyone being safe!