Jeanne passed over Tampa Bay in the evening as a non-event, but after everyone went to sleep it moved over the Gulf of Mexico and fired back up. Around 3:00 am as far away as Sun City Center (maybe 20 or 30 miles) in the southeast quadrant I awoke to the sound of wind that I thought was going to suck the a/c unit out of my window. Within a little while the power was out and it was almost two weeks before we had electricity again. In the morning I took a drive and saw widespread damage and many trees down.
Never under-estimate a storm, a single outer band can cause a lot of damage.
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