Lysis, you do make a valid point. I also see valid points of reference to what Allison and some others are saying. Lets not let this become a back and forth match however. Damage and wind speeds are one thing but how one deals with the damage, etc is another. Sure a Cat 3 at the coast is probably way different far inland, but then remember Ivan and the tornados that came along.
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