Journal Entry, 6 October 2017 – Storms, Inner and Outer

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Journal Entry, 6 October 2017 – Storms Inner and Outer

A year ago Hurricane Matthew slowly churned northward along the Florida coastline, its Category 1 winds ripping up trees and its storm surge chomping through beaches and coastal highways.  This year, Florida has endured the predations of Irma and Maria.  The islands of the Caribbean fared even worse being all but entirely flattened by the two Category 5 storms, their infrastructure, homes, and businesses shredded.  For the islands, including the Florida Keys, it will take a long time to make full recovery.  Even in the relatively wealthy neighborhoods of Palm Beach County, clean-up proceeds.  Power has been restored, stores and businesses are open, but there is still debris pick-up taking place.  Piles of debris from Irma still sit in the front yards of my neighborhood waiting for the debris trucks.  Clean up after storms of this magnitude take a while. …

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Author: dreamweaver333

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