Thanks for all the responses...and, danielw, I think you are absolutely right about the Alabama situation...was looking at it on the map, and doesn't look good with the track right now headed in that area. Starting to think the best thing to do is hunker down and pray for the best...being disabled, I would have a hard time making that trip anyway.
One more question...does anyone know if the dike around Lake Okeechobee will hold in possible Cat 4 winds?? Myfather-in-law, daughter and other family are there. Daughter lives right ON the lake, and she figures her mobile home that we gave her is a goner for sure...but the shelter there is not too far from the dike, about 2 miles.
Need to get hubby up, give him coffee and scoot him out to the stores as soon as they open...heard they got shipments overnight.
As for me...I am glued between the TV and this forum, LOL!
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