Hello, Great site, been reading a few weeks now. Native Floridian who's lived elsewhere for 30 years; can't help but follow the storms this year, though.
Have been mulling over if anything's different about Jeanne that might matter and I keep coming back to wondering if there's enough simple trash (tree limbs, damaged furniture, pieces of houses, etc) stacked out everywhere to cause noticeable extra damage? Anyone have any sense of what wind speeds and gusts will pick 5-10-20 pound "stuff" up and turn it into damaging projectiles?
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