Quote: Looks to me time to catch our breath and resupply the hurricane kits (Well, for those that actually *have* one.) before we start debating where Emily's gonna wind up - really, we've got a few days to get ourselves all wound up.
Re the article referenced at the end of the last post by the UK guy who said the last major 'cane to hit the US in July was in 1916? I'm thinkin he missed 1926's Hurricane #1 which according to the website I've linked to, hit on July 26 1926 as a Cat 4. At least as far as I can tell from the info provided. Kinda hard for me to read the map, but it looks red till it impacts e coast of FL...
And I think he missed Camille 1969 with wind gust well over 200mph.
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