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Mon Aug 18 2008 04:26 AM
Re: Fay's Florida Impact Potential

CAT 1 storms can be just as deadly as the more intense compact 3-5. The current projected storm track of Fay will put is a little east of another CAT 1 storm that hit florida in 1972. Agnes was a minimal CAT 1 that spawned many tornados in florida and caused lots of coastline flooding and it just skirted the west coast of florida. We did not have the advanced forecasting technology and were trapped on a barrier island off the West Coast of Florida when Agnes went by. It was a very exciting night as the storm passed us to the west.


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