Atlantic Storm Otto

It has been relatively quiet in the Atlantic for several days (for a hurricane season … there’s been plenty of storm and rain in the usual areas). Otto is the current, newly named storm, and, in the words of the folks at the Hurricane Prediction Center, Otto is “struggling.”

It is possible that Otto will reach hurricane strength over the next few days, but it will do so as it shoots northeast roughly towards France. That is all.

Comments

  1. #1 Birger Johansson
    October 7, 2010

    Anyone named “Otto” is supposed to be struggling…have you never seen the bus driver in The Simpson´s?

    …”but it will [reach hurricane strength] as it shoots northeast roughly towards France”
    Homer: “In your face, French people!” (passes out in the bar)

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