So, you know how this goes. You catch the news about a hurricane, and you basically play the Something? Nothing? game. Right now, it looks like Hurricane Delta will hit Mexico on Wednesday and move up towards the central Gulf Coast on Saturday.
I’ll admit that since I live in Chicago, I don’t actively follow national weather. I first learned of the hurricane from this SEC tweet about monitoring weather developments:
The @SEC is monitoring weather activity in the Gulf of Mexico and will remain in contact with member schools in preparation for athletics events this week.
— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) October 6, 2020
According to this forecast from the CBS affiliate WWLTV in Louisiana, Hurricane Delta could be on a path to potentially affect parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, and Arkansas on Saturday. Skip to the two-minute mark:
Let’s all send our collective juju into the universe in the hopes that this hurricane does not to strike a direct blow.