Hurricane Harvey relief

Seemingly out of nowhere, Hurricane Harvey changed from tropical depression to tropical storm to Category 4 hurricane. And it’s due to make landfall today in Southeastern Texas as the most powerful hurricane to hit the continental US in over decade. Some meteorologists estimate 35″+ of rain for some areas, because the storm is expected to stall along the coast. While the wind will be powerful and will probably spawn tornados, the flooding could ultimately cause more damage.

Today, I donated to the Red Cross of Central and South Texas. They’re going to need every bit of help they can get.

[Edit: This apparently did not post properly on Friday, August 25. Sorry about that.]

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