"The latest projection from the National Hurricane Center could bring Hurricane Charley closer to Orlando. The National Weather Service issued an inland hurricane wind warning Friday morning for Lake, Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia counties. The warning means sustained wind speeds of over 74 mph are expected for the counties in the warning area."
Looks like O-town could end up with some very bad weather, as well as Volusia/Brevard line northward. Somehow the people at my work haven't grasped the concept yet that this storm has 125mph winds and could be lining up Daytona Beach as an exit point after crossing Florida. All morning I've been hearing "oh it's over on the west coast, we're not going to get anything but some wind and rain". Sometimes ignorance is not bliss.
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