Things looking really good—partly cloudy skies with a breeze off the lake 5-10 mph for kick-off.
As it continues its approach the United States, any potential impacts will depend on when it will turn
From the National Weather Service:
It remains too soon to know what level of impacts, if any, Lee might have along the U.S. East Coast, Atlantic Canada, or Bermuda late next week, especially since the hurricane is expected to slow down considerably over the southwestern Atlantic. Regardless, dangerous surf and rip currents are expected along most of the U.S. East Coast beginning Sunday and continuing into next week as Lee grows in size.
The critical day will come Wednesday as the hurricane is expected to turn northward, away from Florida… CONTINUE READING
In Maricopa County, the most populous county in Arizona, County public health officials said that there have been 194 heat-related deaths for this year as of Sept. 2, with an additional 351 under investigation. CONTINUE READING