Well I’ve been watching the maps and all of the weather forecasts and it seems that the eye of the storm is going to come inland about 50 miles from where I live.
Earlier maps had it going over my home about 30 miles from the ocean but now it coming ashore close to Atlantic City NJ and come across the upper tip of Delaware.
They are forecasting 74 MPH winds so I don’t know if the forests around my home will stand up strong to that wind.
At least 1/2 of the leaves are still on the trees but if I’m lucky they will blow off with a great gust of wind. The Holly trees will hold onto their leaves with much strength since they plan on keeping their leaves until spring.
The last snow storm that we had about 2 years ago took about 15 Holly trees on my property, because the leaves captured all of the snow. They are forecasting snow with this storm also but I think it’s further west in Pennsylvania, and north.
My family is planning to stick it out at home and I hope that the power stays on to make life bearable.
I hope all of my LumberJock buddies fare well in this storm.
Live safe and God bless.
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