I have been watching all these threads with great fervor. I love this website. Kudos to the creators.
What I am most concerned about, as are most people in Florida, is where exactly Wilma will hit. I live north of Gainesville, and already today has been a soaking wet day. Looking at the radar, this is an extreme offshoot of the Wilma system. But I am also concerned about things picking up here in the next few days, and under what kind of threat I might be.
I have family in Sarasota who are absolutely puckered over this storm.
I know it's THE BIG QUESTION, but what will Wilma do after she passes the Yucatan?
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