Sunday, October 28, 2012

Frankenstorm: Sunday Night

We decided to take in a matinee today. With loco authorities asking us to stay off the roads tomorrow, Mama Wordbones and I figured it would be a good idea to get out of the house before Frankenstorm started limiting our options.

It was actually my second movie this weekend. On Friday night Peanut and I went to see Cloud Atlas in Town Center. As we were leaving, I ran into Chris Oxenham and his fiancĂ©, Nicole Mele. They were catching the 9:00 PM showing of Argo. That’s the movie we saw this afternoon.

We expected to find a full parking lot at the Snowden cinemas but discovered just the opposite. We took an umbrella inside with us. It was a two hour movie beginning at 4:00 PM.

The umbrella was not necessary. When we headed to our car there was only a light drizzle.

It seems like everything is closed tomorrow except HoCo trash service. Those guys are Frankenstorm studs.

It’s on our doorstep and the Foots Forecasters say “This is why it's called the "Frankenstorm…Consider, at the same time, we have a:" 

"*Blizzard Warning in Garrett County,Maryland and portions of West Virginia;
*Hurricane Force Wind Warnings for the Chesapeake
*High Wind Warnings for all of Maryland
*Hurricane Warnings off the coast of Ocean City."

In other words, a monster storm.

HoCo loco conditions are beginning to worsen. At WSw, relative pressure continues to drop, currently at 29.33 inHg and falling. Winds, coming out of the northwest, are beginning to gust at 7 mph. It’s 52.2 degrees and a light rain is falling
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