> LOL, Debbi. ?I understand. ?Just generally - Orlando is in the southern half
> of FL and about in the middle. ?Translation - they're most unlikely to get a
> direct hit from a hurricane. ?On the other hand - they can get one from
> 'either side' that has already hit land and weakened. ?We hope. ?Although -
> there have been many times when a hurricane has come ashore and gone all the
> way to New York, maybe even Canada? ?Polly
> > Don't know my geography (comes from being educated in one of the worst
> > school districts in the country back in the olden days when bad schools
> > were nowhere near as bad as now). Is Orlando affected by these? ?This is
> > daughter's first summer in Florida!
> > Thanks
> > Debbi in SO CA
It seems that in the last couple of years - more hurricanes have made
it up to Canada to die out!
is one photo that I took on Sept16th, 2008 from my side window of the
last Gulf Coast hurricane storm cloud cover which was passing over
Ottawa. The Florida hurricanes which live long enough to reach NYC
and then the East Coast of Canada have caused lots of damage there and
some have picked up strength again over the ocean before reaching PEI
and Newfoundland (Canadian provinces which are Islands off the East
> >> I just checked NOAA and a storm has formed off the western coast of
> >> Florida and heading NNW. ?They say it should strengthen into a CAT 1
> >> by this afternoon. ?Right now its called TD 4. Warning area from
> >> Swanee River west to Alabama state line.
> >> Then there is Ana and predicted to be in the Gulf by Thursday with
> >> Bill not far behind. ?Bill is predicted to be a CAT 3 by the middle of
> >> the week, but still out in the Atlantic.
> >> Kate T. ?South Mississippi- Hide quoted text -
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