I knew that the brisk winds blowing directly across Lake Ontario, from North to South would result in some heavy wave action, so I went down to see. I wasn't the only one, the beach was the most crowded I had ever seen it. I wasn't disappointed. There were huge whitecaps, as far as the eye could see.
Today, it's sunny and calm. You would, almost, never know that a major storm had just brushed by us. The only sign of anything out of the ordinary is that there have been several of those huge military helicopters going by overhead, from West to East. I wonder if they're going to help out in the parts of the Northeast that are experiencing heavy flooding?