Light rain gently fell this morning....on fence posts, yaupon bushes, tin roofs, and Silver Lake. The sky was gray and mildly menacing, but folks were out and about, with little concern for the weather. By early afternoon, winds are still light, but are likely to pick up a bit, accompanied by occasional rain and thunder storms. All in all, Alberto seems to be little more than a blustery, squally interlude between bright, sunny early summer days.
This is the perfect day to catch up on reading or napping.
You can read our latest newsletter here. It's the story of the Invasion of Ocracoke & Portsmouth in the War of 1812.