In September 1950 EASY came up the Gulf, stalled 50 miles offshore from Tampa with winds of 72 mph. It suddenly blossomed to 125 mph. EASY then headed for Tampa, turned North, hit Cedar Key, turned around and came back South to Homosassa, toured Central Florida, and went North to Georgia. Twenty-four inch raingauges overflowed at Cedar Key and the total rainfall was almost 26 inches.
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