Saturday, 21 September 2013

When Is A Typhoon Not A Typhoon?

I'm writing this at 12.03pm on Saturday (09/21) morning; according to the central weather bureau there should be a 100% probability of gale force 7 winds ripping through Tainan between 6am and now. Yet there's barely a stir outside, I didn't hear a thing last night after I went to bed, and the few old T-shirts I left hanging on the line to dry haven't moved at all.

It seems that the central weather bureau have somehow got this completely wrong. Perhaps Usagi slowed down last night, thus rendering the bureau's previous predictions all obsolete. It might be that it doesn't start affecting us until later tonight or tommorow.

(Sunday morning)... Nothing happened.

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