If the area is populated with one person then that one person is in the path of the storm and is in danger. With Rita, our area was supposedly "less populated" than Houston (we have over 200,000 in the Golden Triangle) but she did extensive damage just the same. To the people "under the gun" it really doesn't matter whether their area is highly populated or not. It is still POPULATED. Whereever Wilma hits she is going to do some damage and just because it isn't a big city like New Orleans, it still affects people's lives.
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