Quote: I agree, though; it's not a great scenario to be looking at right now. Last thing we need is anything close to 2004. 1995 wouldn't be a bad year, come to think of it -- lots of storms but lots of fish spinners (minus Opal and, to some degree, Luis/Marilyn).
...and Erin. As a point of reference, peak gust at the house:: Frances, 2004: 80mph Jeanne, 2004: 72mph (twice) Erin. 1995: 104mph (eyewall - 40 minutes)
A 'bad' year is only defined by where you (and the storm) are at. Cheers, ED
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