i'll get your question, zoidy. west coast of florida.. north of tampa. your region, if it's going to get whacked, usually takes it from the southwest. nhc has graphics on their site which provide information on the strike frequency for your area, how often you get storms, how often you get very powerful ones. i can tell you right now that section of the florida coast hasnt taken a direct hit from a hurricane since 1968. i can also tell you that though your chances aren't exceptional by florida standards, that section of the coast can get hit any time during the season, unlike some other sections of u.s. coastline.
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