1- Looks like a close call with Hebert's box. Remember, almost every major hurricane to go through that box ends up hitting S. FL. as a major. 2- Last eye of a major hurricane here in Palm Beach County was in 1949, 55 years ago. This region should get a major hurricane every 10 yrs, that is 5 1/2 times over due. 3- Stores already doing a brisk business around here. One local Home Depot that had 300 generators this morning, now has only 75 left. I spent the day shopping myself. 4-Another huge problem that no one is mentioning about this storm is the possible flooding potential with such a slow mover. Remember, this storm is moving much slower than Andrew or Charley. 5- My home weather station is up and running. I will provide a link if Frances heads my way. The anemometer is rated to 175 mph, but not my roof. Hope I don't have to find that out.
-------------------- Another typical August:
Hurricane activity is increasing and the Red Sox are choking.
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