Born in FM in 54 dad in 1914. I have been thru everyone since Donna. Crackers don't leave their homes. May be cultural supidity this time. Gonna hit the GOM and do just like Katrina. The DNA of Wilma puzzles me. Donna went over FL into the GOM made a U-Turn came back and blew FM away. Folks statistically speakin we are way overdue for a 50 year storm and a hard rain's gonna fall. PREDICTION: Stalls over GOM, intensifies before ENE movement. Hits Marco Island with a vengence unseen in history, moves east to south rim of Lake Okeechobee. Destroys USACOE berms with extreme rainfall and winds. Towns of South Bay and Bell Glade will be hit the hardest as LO swells with 15" of rainfall and winds moving counter-clockwise destroy shacks and low lying muck land. Sugar industry is eliminated. Pollutant loaded water drains south into Florida Bay. More ecological damage. Phosporous, ferilizers and pesticides. Pahokee will be eliminated as storm strengthens Class 3 and moves ENE to Stuart. Historical amounts of rainfall will cause more damage than wind. All models relating to 100 year flood will be proven wrong by 50 year storm. No electricity for Marco, Naples, Clewiston, South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee for two weeks. Will exit Florida north of Stuart. SFWMD will open outfall to LO and be unable to drain the big bath tub fast enough. This one is gonna be one for the ages. Class 4 landfall Marco, Class 3 exit Stuart.
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