During the assault of Hurricane Ian, I sat in rapt attention seeing on our TV until the power went out.
I live far enough away from the coast that I wasn’t badly impacted by the storm surge, but it was still a truly spine-chilling time for myself and others plus our family, when the power went out I mostly sat at the window seeing the wind plus the rain run rampant through the neighborhood.
I guess a lot of people who lost their homes, so I understand how fortunate I am to make it through unscathed. That said, going a month without power was tough, and even in the aftermath of a hurricane St. Petersburg is usually truly sizzling plus humid. That’s just how it goes around here, if anything St Petersburg experienced some of the coolest temps in weeks during the storm. The air pressure dropped, plus after the hurricane was gone St. Petersburg felt as temperate as I can remember. That lasted for 2 afternoons, plus then I needed to turn the a/c back on! Thankfully this section of St. Petersburg only experienced power outages for a couple of afternoons, plus then to myself and others it was back to normal. I wish that was tploy for almost everyone in St. Petersburg, even though I guess a lot of people lost their homes or their lives. Overall I suppose St. Petersburg is a truly safe locale to live, plus I don’t adore the effects of future storms, but dealing with storms comes with the territory, even though I can’t imagine living anywhere else but St. Petersburg.