Here in Polk County we got winds of approximately 75 mph. It lasted about an hour. At my house we have one dead palm frond down and some leaves off the oak trees in the back. The green naval oranges hung on to the trees. I had 3 rain guages out in the yard and one of the three made it through the storm with 2 1/2 inches of rain in it total from the entire day. Lakeland was on the outer fringes of the western wall according to the rain radar. I am sure those who were in a wind tunnel effect suffered more than we did. Glad it was no worse
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