The best thing is that this storm will really be moving as it crosses the peninsula..that will really hold down damage, unlike last years storms. Ivan and Dennis were almost identical cat 3's but the damage from Dennis was a fraction of Ivan because one moved at 7 mph and the other at 18 mph....Opal was the last Cat 3 to hit FL in October. It was moving at 24 mph, and we had power the next day...the slow movers are the worst...hpefully a CAT 1 will move and keep damage minimal to a few trees and powerlines near landfall
-------------------- Erin 95 , Opal 95, Ivan 04, Dennis 05, and that's enough!!!!
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