Monday, October 29, 2012

Our World - Wet

 Hurricane Sandy is nearing the coast near the Delaware/New Jersey border. The outer edge of the storm has dropped steady rain on us for about 22 hours, but no significant winds yet. Winds are predicted to increase over night with 50 mph winds in our area. Stronger winds are expected along the coast with flooding and power outages.
 

6 comments:

Sylvia K said...

The news and pictures have been frightening! I do hope you and your family stay safe! Holding good thoughts for all of you, Lew!!

Robert Geiss said...

Pictures, that can be felt. Wishing you everything good and a speedy end to the wind.

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eileeninmd said...

Hi Lew, I hope you have made it thru the storm safely. I am waiting for the first light outside to see if there is any damage here. Wish you all well there, take care.

Linda said...

Great photos! Greetings from Montreal, Canada. We have had some effects of Hurricane Sandy, but thankfully minimal as compared to some areas. Mostly strong gusts of wind and rain. Stay safe.

RuneE said...

The storm got ugly indeed - I hope all went well with you and your family!

Jackie said...

The storm was an ugly one, but these photos that you have taken add such a beauty to the world of unpleasant storms. Lovely!!!