Wow...if that high comes down any further, I think we're looking at Steve H's scenario. Over Lake Okeechobee? Yikes...wonder how warm the water is there. Since it's not that far inland, *if* it does go across it, we're also looking at the possibility about her still being a 'cane as she crosses the peninsula. There should be a law....... Where are they showing the second landfall in Florida...wait, let me guess: the Panhandle?
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