I live in an apartment that is just about 5 miles directly north of MCO. My windows are all south facing. During Charley the wind blew directly on them and we thought they were gonna break but they did not. For Frances we moved all of our comouter equipment and our tv, etc to the most central part of the apartment and tarped it up. As it turns out the winds here were rather insignificant. We were able to sit on the porch for much of the storm and just watch it all unfold. I know this will be stronger, so I dont plan on beng able to sit outside, but I am wondering if the winds will be blowing directly at us or coming from the side as it stands right now.
It was a lot of work to move all of the stuff, and I will do it again if I have to, but...
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