Gainesville received 'only' TS storm force winds during Frances and Jeanne, but that was enough to create 25 years worth of yard waste in one month. We lost a LOT of trees and many people went without power for up to a week or even longer. Unless it's a weak TS, I wouldn't take it too lightly. I'm assuming that if the storm heads nearly straight N, as some models have predicted, that Gainesville could see more winds of at least 30 mph with stronger gusts. I guess that also depends on how much the storm strengthens/expands in the next several hours (lots of IFs.)
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