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Update...if you're interested

We seem to have dodged a bullet in this Friday-the-13th extravaganza. No exactly sure yet, but probably. Charley has run afoul of that Canadian cold front and is moving--quite rapidly, actually--in a northeasterly direction ["easterly" is the important part of that modifier]. That means landfall in the Ft. Myers area [Cape Coral more likely than Charlotte Harbor] then a lumpy trip overland to Orlando before it goes out into the Atlantic at 2 AM tomorrow. No idea where it goes after that.

We're still first in line for a lot of rain and wind. It's raining now. Don't know when the wind will start, except it's getting a bit breezy so maybe it's already started [DUH!].

Island Jim Southwest Florida 27.0 N, 82.4 W Zone 10a Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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