…and there may be lots more before we’re through with this wet complex of warm moving air over the south and east.
Joaquin is a real wild card. I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a projected storm path that was so very wide.Â There just too many variables to predict if this one will swing through the NC coast and on into SWVA, or into New England, or back out to sea.
Meanwhile, many are like we are–home bound for days (at least) by damaged bridges and roads.
VDOT is not likely to make any attempt to fix our part of Goose Creek, what with another couple of inches expected by the weekend, and then the threat of the new hurricane.
It is not out of the realm of possibilities to imagine that many could be isolated to their homes or small stretches of passable road for two weeks or more.
Watch out for your neighbors, as much as you can. Plan for the worst, hope for the best.