That NW wind report will more than likely give us Hurricane Charley at 11am. Don't you multiply knts by 1.15 to mph? I think 76 knots would be around 86-87 mph.
Here's something weird that just happened: I got a call from an 800 # and when I answered it said, "This is a call from the Florida Emergency Management (something or other) all lines are busy right now" and then they hung up. It was a recorded message. Do we here in Florida have that new advance warning system in place?
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