Driving around Pasco County yesterday afternoon (New Port Richey, etc.) where I live, I was struck by how full many of the retention ponds and drainage ditches already are from the very wet weather we have had lately. Also, both the Cotee and the Pithlachascotee River both appear (to the naked eye) to be sitting higher on their banks than I have seen in the past few years. I am not too concerned with wind, given the current intensity forecast (although, of course, it is still early), but I am wondering if timing might potentially be an issue, with tides, in terms of any flooding possibility, at least in this area.
-------------------- Just another nervous Mommy...
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