Well... I live in Rockledge, FL which is the city that borders Melbourne to the North. On Monday I purchased a Pork shoulder because it was on sale. I knew the storm was going to make some kind of pass on us, but I wasn't thinking that it was going to be this bad. After seeing the track on Tuesday, I went ahead and injected her with some Cuban Mojo, Rubbed her down with a conglomeration of spicy rubs and put her in the fridge to rest overnight. Well after almost 20" of rain (luckily my neighborhood drains very well) and 2 days later I said to heck with the storm, this Butt needs to be cooked. So about an hour ago there was a BREAK in the weather so I wheeled the smoker out of the garage and fired her up with 5 briquettes of match light (to get the kindling going) and got her up to temp and was happy with the some output. About that time, back came the rain, back came the wind, and I was determined to get this Butt cooked. I know is wasn't during the height of all the wind and rain, but I still think this may deserve the [email protected]$$ Smoke Of The Week (BASOTW) award. For you northerners, maybe you can win come January with a picture of a path dug out through the snow from the door to the smoker (Note: snow has to be as high as the smoker to count). Those of you on the West coast of the U.S. maybe a picture/video of you smoking during an earthquake would quality. Those in the heartland, smoking during a tornado would qualify, etc, etc, etc. Here is a couple pictures. You can't make out the rain too much, but the Palm tree blowing is preety obvious. The black Chevy 2500HD 4x4 to the right of the grill helps in the BASOTW.