Thursday, October 11, 2018

CNN: Aerial view of Mexico Beach, FL after Hurricane Michael

The most grave damage from Hurricane Michael was at Mexico Beach, a bit East of Panama City, FL

There’s another video made as the hurricane passed.

Again, I’m lucky enough to have lived in relatively lower risk areas from floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires.

But somebody has to live there.

But should public policy encourage people to live “on the beach” and do nothing about climate change? Trump, again.  However, some new construction on pilings did survive 155 mph winds sustained.  That is possible if you spend enough money on metal construction.
This hurricane maintained wind strength on land, into GA and S.C., much longer than most do.

No comments: