Here Smack Dab in Polk County, North West of the eye of Charley so far. We are calm, had a shower a while ago. There is no wind. We are facing whatever remains of Charley after dark, which is something I was hoping would not happen. I was hoping to be able to see the wind and debris so I would know which way to duck. But, we will survive. Can anyone who has some experience, tell us amateurs/novices what to realistically expect from the angle polk county is to this storm. The wind fields could change a great deal after being inland for 70 miles. Also is there a clear direction now that the eye is headed in? Thanks.
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