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Aleta
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Charlie's impact on Palmetto
      #20181 - Sat Aug 14 2004 07:40 PM

Does anyone know how Palmetto FL faired with Charlie?

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Re: Charlie's impact on Palmetto [Re: Aleta]
      #20209 - Sat Aug 14 2004 10:22 PM

Palmetto should have been far enough west of the main core of the storm, such that damage if any would have been minimal. As an example, the highest sustained wind speed in Tampa was 20mph.
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