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Today is the last day of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season. 8 landfalls including Ida, but no landfalls in the late season.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 83 (Nicholas) , Major: 99 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1153 (Michael) Major: 1153 (Michael)

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Re: Hurricanes should i be worried
      Sat Aug 26 2006 08:56 AM


I am planning on going to Florida from 09/09 to 09/23 with my girlfriend.
We are putting a big part of our savings into this trip and Is it wise to come to florida then ?
ps sorry for the english

Your English is just fine, Sebastian.
To put "a big part of our savings into this trip" is a very bad bet. Your dates cover the very PEAK of the Huricane Season! The odds favour that you would get away with it but to lose the bet could be devastating! You could suffer the worst 2 weeks of your life.

We welcome you to Florida, but please pick another time. :

Who you gonna' believe?
Me, or your damn lying eyes?
_Ö_ _ö_

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