I was watching the blob against the warm Pacific winds, and it was defeated. My hypothesis is dead.
It's getting too late in the season for another major blob attack. I was surprised by the Texas freeze, so there must be other factors, such as a lack of Pacific winds, to allow the blob to advance.
So, for Texas, a blob attack remains at one in hundred per year. Any normal person would design for that, like a hundred year flood.
ps. I'm trying to show nasa that it isn't so bad to have a failed hypothesis. We can have a game show! Do you choose A or B?
pps. all we are having now in Toronto, is a one day blow-down.
more: and if you ever wonder why we got into this whole non-physics mess.
you know that porn is next.... :)