To exand on what Colleen said - if Izzy comes up the west coast of Florida, and is only 100 miles or so offshore, do ya'll think there will be evacuations regardless of the "official" track? That seems too close for comfort, given the difficulty in forecasting an exact track for these storms? If it's a Cat II by then, I think the local officials will all err on the side of caution.
Seems like we might have to have massive evacuations all the way up the coast...just like with Floyd.
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