5 years ago today the levies broke in New Orleans during Katrina. And 5 years later today, Hurricane Earl is now a category 4 during a storm season that was predicted to be a busy one. ( and Tropical storm Fiona is right behind Earl) And as I type this the news is now saying that Earl could now potentially go up to a category 5. "One for the history books." Current projections only have the outside edge of the main storm track brushing up against the eastern coast of the US. But either way by thursday-friday its estimated to be a category 3-4 with the possibility of making landfall somewhere between North Carolina and New York. I live somewhere between them right on the coast. Even if it does not make landfall its still gonna be rough. I went and stocked up on a few extra things to round out my hurricane supplies today. Due to my job, if it does make landfall I wont be able to just pack up and leave to go inland with everyone else. Anyone else prepped and ready to go or getting everything ready for the possibility of a storm hit?