Hi all,

Making this quick, don't feel well. About 4:15pm or so eastern, coming back from Tampa, Florida north on Veteran's Expressway...about 7 miles perhaps from SR 54...it sprinkled some gray watery and solid black oil on my car. Thought it was bugs, but so fast did not make sense and windshield wipers just smeared it. Got out of car at store and looked on the paint and solid black dots on my car...I touch? huh? it's wet? it's OIL!!!!!

I had several folks verify it before I sprayed it off and it came off easier than the few love bugs. Two hours later still wet like OIL! nope, not water, smell it, OIL!!!

Anyone on Gulf try not to smear touch it as it is harder to wash off if it happens to you. Bands of storm clouds coming this way from Gulf of Mexico...has not actually rained at least where I have been, just ran through the sprinkle. I smell it now I am inside the house...it's just hard for me to believe also. One can think of a other things...oh maybe it was a vehicle in front of you...there was no vehicles near me at the time. So coincidence oil spill in the gulf and it rains oil on my car? okay believe what you will...but I know my gut and what happened to me, what I saw, others witnessed, I took pics of (sorry don't know how to post them, and it photos could be debatable anyway, take my word or not whichever...but we are in deep hocky doo folks.

I was noticing that big black blotch closer to west coast FL on some images that someone posted yesterday on Disasters board...wondering. Well, maybe wrong board but felt more may see it here and ones that live here. Be careful, if it gets on your clothes, pets, hair, eyes, skin...it won't be so easy to wash off as a well waxed car is.

Not checking this for now, gotta wash out my ears, eyes, nose and lay down...change clothes as I smell it now inside the house on my clothes. I did not smell it while out though and my nose is now desensitizing, but I feel nauseated. I am really sensitive though, some may not be so much or get the heavy warnings I do.

Thanks for letting me post this bopp, if you want to move it, okay with me I understand...maybe nobody pay attention anyway and I am not super pops here as it is!



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Comment by Locutus on May 26, 2010 at 5:07pm
I don't think a hurricane will "break it up"...considering oil is not soluble in H2O. This is why it moves through the water, below the surface as well as on top of it. The hurricane might "break up" the large concentrations of the slick but to what end? It merely relocates it somewhere else contaminating a new environment instead.
Comment by fireguy on May 26, 2010 at 12:36pm
Does any one think a hurricane might help? It might break up the oil and disperse it so it is less toxic, just a thought probably a dumb one.
Comment by chris on May 25, 2010 at 3:49pm
Thanks for the info from your side of the US. I've been wondering what effect the oil spill would have regarding weather. If rain clouds passing over lakes can pick up frogs and fish and send them hurling down with the rain why couldn't these clouds also pick up oil and spread it inland on crops, homes, cars and people. My question is How will the beginning of hurricane season (which began May 15, 2010 - no hurricanes as of yet) effect the spreading of this oil to locations in which it may never have reached?
Comment by fireguy on May 25, 2010 at 2:32pm
Iffy at best I think, don't you think there would be many reports if it was raining oil. and what about the wrecks on the freeways rain is bad enough with hydroplaning but oil slicks" Look out James Bond.


Ruskin, Florida -- With rain in the forecast and an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, 10 Connects has been getting e-mails and calls from viewers wondering if we could soon see black rain.

National Weather Service Science and Operations Officer Charlie Paxton says while it's always possible a water spout could pick up some oil and carry it a short distance, the notion of black rain is just not possible. Paxton says that's because oil does not evaporate. As a result, talk of black rain is just a myth.

However, Paxton does note that rain can, on occasion, mix with other particles. For example, he says in desert climates, when it's windy and it rains, it's not uncommon for precipitation to mix with sand to form what he calls "a muddy mess."
Comment by Citizen X74 on May 25, 2010 at 1:58pm
Was wondering when the oil rains would begin... Wonder how many others out there have this similar story?

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