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Do you know it was the 7th largest storm in recorded history of the Florida coast?
From all the 24/7 coverage, you would think it is the end of the world...
I have no problem with warning people of impending disaster...
This wall to wall coverage is over blown in my opinion.
What do you think?
If the storm is "disappointing", that's good news not bad entertainment.
True. It seems to me, with every storm of late, the media, in specific, the weather people, seems to go out of their way to hype them. I remembers a few times where they miss the mark.
Shouldn't they just report the weather?
From what I saw, they did. Everything they said was based on named and reputable weather projection services. It looks like Florida was spared mass moralities but the islands weren't and over three million people have no power. Barbuda was rendered complete uninhabitable and evacuated. British people are stuck on St Kitts and beginning to starve without access to food and water. Hardly an insignificant event especially for those directly effected. Many of whom are probably alive today because the news coverage was persuasive and they evacuated.
I have no problem with providing early warning...
The people who lives in those area knows the drill...
Sometimes, the storms are unpredictable and take different paths.
I guess I am complaining mainly at the wall to wall coverage to the exclusion of other news...
it is after all a local event, as large and as devastation it is...
I see a pattern that perhaps not intentional but never the less...hype every potential storm and get ratings...
by IslandBites8 months ago
Maximum sustained winds of 185 mphCategory 5 Hurricane Irma has become one of the strongest storms recorded in the Atlantic, and is threatening to slam into Caribbean islands including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands...
by Anne8 months ago
I just wanted to say I hope that all my HP friends who live in the path of this terrible event have taken all precautions and will be safe. My thoughts are with you all.Anne.
by L.M. Hosler8 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article Hurricanes: Be Prepared to Stay Safe. What can I do to improve? Thanks!
by IslandBites19 months ago
It seems it's still going to be a major hurricane when it reaches FL. I hope you're prepared and stay calm. Be safe!
by nidaafzal2418 months ago
What is hurricane irmanone
by Deb Hirt5 years ago
Are you going away for the holidays or hosting the festivities this year?
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