My house is without power and the junk I was hoping would blow off the roof, blew off the roof.
Only it landed in my front yard instead of out back. Then, I had to pick it all up. Dang.
The wind was blowing hard, the palm tree in front of the Coca Cola sign was dancing all over the place.
The street lights and all power went out a few times but, power is still available in the business district of Kin Village.
Just lots of homes are still without power 24 hours after we got spanked by this typhoon.
I'm sure the electric guys are busy and will have us back to normal, any day, now.
They can't make us pay for electricity if we ain't using any. Right ?
We got some sunshine and blue skies but, tourists were hiding somewhere else, not at the beaches.
The sun going down along the west coast of Okinawa, Japan put on a pretty good show for me.
From what I can tell, the typhoon has been slowing down and shouldn't cause any major damage as it grazes northern Japan before drifting out to sea and becoming nobody, again.
The most recent links I have looked at are TAIWAN NEWS WEATHER FORECAST and JAPAN METEORLOGICAL They seem to know more about the weather around here than some weatherperson living in Powdunk, Idaho. Wouldn't ya think ?