Still many reminders of Wilma in our Fort Lauderdale neighborhood. Many of the trees that managed to survive are just starting to recover. Downed fences and damaged roofs remain. And not a day goes by without the local papers reporting on insurers either canceling coverage or raising rates dramatically in South Florida (our windstorm insurance premium is almost doubling to more than $3,000 this year, even with discounts for shutters, reinforced garage door, etc.). Not sure I'd call it hurricane fatigue ... more like a hangover!
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