The edge of what I believe is part of Tropical
Storm Ernesto is kissing St. John at this moment. It is raining buckets,
and the fog is so heavy here that you literally cannot see across the valley, or
down to Coral Harbor, which is only about a mile and a half from here as the
crow flies. Don't know how long we will be impacted by this system.
The day went from being hot and humid; waves were beginning to build in the
waters between St. Thomas and St. John. Temperatures have now fallenmore
than 10 degrees within the past hour. We are currently at 72 degrees (F),
and socked in by rain, clouds and fog.