Quote: Yes,that is how it went down.Havey was dead on the 20th.
Yup, Harvey was dead, a blurry splash of clouds on a sat, and barely that.
Been looking at Hurricane history. Katrina five days out from LA, was approaching and landing on south FL as a Cat 1...no mention of New Orleans.
On August 13, 2004 Charlie did a sudden hard right, so Port Charlotte and everybody else in its path was taken by surprise even though aware there was a storm passing by. That was less than a few hour judo move from the predictions that nailed Tampa Bay and barely four days since Charlie was named.
So until Irma is two or three days out, all bets are off with me.
I was in Fort Lauderdale for Katrina.And Wilma later that season.
Gloria,Bob,Katrina,Wilma and a bunch of tropical storms.
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