Quote: Yes - there are people left in Naples and Fort Myers. Lots of them. And they are all paying attention and getting prepared. If you look at the probabilities, Fort Myers and Naples are listed at 24%, Venice at 23% and Tampa at 22%. The point is that much of the west coast of Florida is at risk. This is a very difficult storm with a lot of variables that can still affect the path. I recall questions about Tampa but I guess I missed anyone saying that Wilma was definitely going to Tampa.
KC that is for the center to pass within 65 miles of you.If it were to hit Naples dead on that is within 65 miles of Naples just about so the probabilities don't mean that much right now as with all storms they are pretty close this far out since that is for within 65 miles.If it was within 20 miles you would see alot of dofferent numbers.
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