( Housing did this, I don't know about you but I am not sure duct tape is going to stop winds at 30+ mph...)
(Grey sky in the morning, sailor take warning)
( Our "backyard" in the first storm)
The last storm blew by us without any problems. I felt like I had panicked for nothing.
However, we knew that two more storms were coming.
While at the commissary, I got a call from Ben letting me know that the base was going to go to TCOR 2. This is how they measure how high the winds are and how far away the storm is. I can't remember exactly what it stands for though. The last storm, the Gov. of Guam went to TCOR 1, while the military stayed at 3.
Now the military is going to 2 by three o'clock and 1 by midnight.
The typhoon is( according to local news) will be reaching Super Typhoon status. Also according to local news, the storm is starting to move to the south west. It WAS moving up North and out of our way.
We are bracing to get hit, and hoping to get lucky like we did last time. There is one more storm coming up right after this one.
Keep praying for us as we face this.
Also, many of our Guam friends have lost loved ones in the storm that hit Samoa. Others are still looking for their families, both in the Phillipines and Samoa. Keep them in your prayers also. I can't imagine what they are going through.
I'll keep updating as long as we have power.