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Ed G
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Question From Clermont, Fl
      Wed Oct 05 2016 01:06 PM

how far do those Category 4 winds reach from the eye of the hurricane?

Just curious how far inland the eye has to come before us in the middle of the state need to think about "raising the shieds".

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