BON REPOS, HAITI -- The literal dark clouds began moving in to Port-au-Prince around 5pm, but the figurative ones blew in for Ifanier Bazile a few weeks ago.
He, like thousands of others here, lost his home in the 'quake.
He has spent the past six-months trying to figure out where to go next, and how - with 9 children he can't afford to feed - he will save enough money to build a new house.
It was stressful to think about even when he thought he had time to continue living for free in a tent just outside of the capital.
Then he found out - he is being evicted.
He along with everyone else in his tent city has been told they have one month to move out because the owner of the land plans to build a hospital on the property.
So, now, the homeless become even more homeless.
And as they learn of the intense rain that is expected to pass over Haiti tonight with this tropical wave, they remember to be grateful for the tarp roof they are fortunate enough to have over their heads...for now.