http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/tracking/at200210_climo.html while not a scientist but being a card player i would have to go with the odds. look at the history. most of these storms have been around florida. i don't know if this one will do the same but the odds are on it. if we have 10 of them and i bet everyone of them would have an impact on fla. bet i would win money. thats why i can't believe some of the post saying fla is in the clear. i hope we are cause this looks like a possible rough one.
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