I think what gets me most is when people say "such and such a location can breath a sigh of relief" or "this looks good for such and such a place" Truth of the matter is none of us in peninsular Florida can really breath a sigh of relief yet. This thing is going to make landfall on the West coast of FL somewhere...and most of us here are going to feel winds from Wilma. I just don't think it's prudent for anyone to say that Tampa is lucky or the Keys are lucky and such.
At any rate, I just looked at the wind swath forecast on the SFWMD website and it looks like with in 36 hours a good section of SW Florida from Tampa Bay south and east to Lake O and down through the keys will be experiencing TS force winds. Is the long agonizing wait finally over?
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