I think this storms claim to fame will be surge. The water is still coming into Ft Myers where US41 crosses the river, its currently 6 feet above predicted high tide. The pressure at this location is coming up from a low of 961 when they were experiencing winds at 50 mph gusting to 80 mph.
The strongest winds were isolated to the eyewall with NHC confirming (so far) stations reporting 130 MPH gusts. Outside of the core I've only seen Cat 1 gusts reported. However with various weather stations going off line during the worse of it we don't know everything yet.
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