Hurry cane

And there’s no global climate change, right?

I’m a native Floridian. We live and breathe hurricanes. As the most hurricane-vulnerable state in the nation, and one of the most hurricane-vulnerable land masses in the world, it’s a yearly ritual to watch hurricanes develop and hopefully to pass us by.

One of my very first memories is prepping for a hurricane.

That is to say, I’ve been paying attention to hurricanes for a really long time. Nearly thirty years now.

And I’ve never seen a late-season (ends November 1) hurricane be so organized, so large, and actually strengthen as it goes north.

But I’m sure climate change had absolutely nothing to do with that, right?