Yes, there is a possibility that you could see Cat 1 winds. Denis Phillips mentioned that last night while stressing to those of us in Polk County just how worried he was about us. Just stay tuned to the locals weather stations...like you wouldn't be anyway, LOL. Denis Phillips is good, so is Steve Jerve. Phillips got my wrath when Charley missed TB but made a beeline for Polk County. He's been bowing at my feet for weeks now.
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