September is traditionally the worst month for tropical activity in the Atlantic. I’ve been judiciously stalking the National Hurricane Center for past two weeks, cursing every time a new formation appears. Hurricane Katia spared the northeast and it appears as though TS Maria will now hopefully do the same.
While I should be doing a happy dance that no major systems will throw a wrench in our plans the 10 day forecast doesn’t look too promising right now:
We’re currently looking at a 40% chance of rain in the afternoon and that’s a good 30% higher than I’d like. Ultimately I know it’s out of our hands and we’ll just have to make the best of it but for an über planner the uncertainty is just plain torture.
Anyone else checking the weather way more than they’d like to admit?