HAs anyone predicted how long hurricane conditions will last when they finally reach a region? For instance, living in Polk County, if this storm is coming in at an angle, the county is further in miles from north to south than it is from East to West. With a 14 mph forward speed, assuming that it stays that fast, it could take 2-6 hours for the eye to come through and pass on to the next region. Have there been any estimates?
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