PerryW Project Supporter
- Huntsville, AL
The *majority* of Florida has dodged yet another bullet (I say this because Michael certainty wasn't a dodged bullet, but the relative disaster impacts to populated areas were quite limited compared to the density of Central and South Florida).
Coastal parts of the Carolinas will definitely be dealing with a solid hurricane as landfall somewhere on the Outer Banks looks very likely, but we should avoid a major hurricane landfall.
Florida definitely dodged a bullet. Unfortunately the Bamahas didn't. Hopefully this stays offshore and the projected speed up minimalizes future impacts.