Inland hurricane wind warning in effect from 2 am Sunday to 8 am edt Monday, damaging winds expected The NWS in jacksonville has issued an inland hurricane wind warning. An inland hurricane wind warning is issued when sustained winds near hurricane force, or frequent gusts at or above hurricane force, are certain within the next 12 to 24 hours. Hurricane force winds equal or exceed 74 mph. Hurricane jeanne is forecast to become a major hurricane as it makes landfall along the southeast Florida coast Saturday evening, then move north northwest over the Florida peninsula Sunday and Sunday night. Sustained winds of 50 to 60 mph with gusts to 80 mph are expected. Most mobile homes will experience moderate to substantial damage. Poor construction will be uninhabitable until repaired. Houses of poor to average construction will have damage to shingles, siding, and gutters. Some windows will be blown out. Many lanai screens and pool cages will be damaged. Unfastened home items of light to moderate weight will become airborne, causing additional damage and possible injury. Electrical wires will be blown down, and local power outages will affect entire neighborhoods and rural areas. Many large branches and trunks of healthy trees will be snapped, and rotting small to medium sized trees will be uprooted. Dozens of palm fronds will be blown down, and minor damage will occur to citrus orchards and newly planted lowland crops. Stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your local media for further updates.
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