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View Poll Results: First city to be hit by a Hurricane 2007
Key West 16 18.82%
Miami 10 11.76%
Fort Lauderdale 5 5.88%
Melbourne 3 3.53%
Jville 1 1.18%
Daytona 2 2.35%
Naples 1 1.18%
Tampa 2 2.35%
Port St Lucie 1 1.18%
Boca Raton 0 0%
Pensacola 5 5.88%
Navarre 0 0%
Destin 2 2.35%
Panama City 1 1.18%
Spring Hill 1 1.18%
Clearwater 1 1.18%
ST Petersburg 2 2.35%
Sarasota 0 0%
Cape Coral 1 1.18%
Cedar Key 0 0%
St Marks 0 0%
Port St Joe 2 2.35%
Mexico Beach 0 0%
Carabella 0 0%
Grove City 1 1.18%
LongBoat Key 1 1.18%
Port Salerno 0 0%
St Augustine 1 1.18%
Cape Canaveral 0 0%
Fort Myers 1 1.18%
Another year without hurricanes 25 29.41%
Voters: 85. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 04-12-2008, 07:19 AM
 
Location: Sunny Naples Florida :)
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ohhh I can just see the headlines in the papers now 'Pounded by Pablo' I'm callin that headline now..its oh so dirty, yet oh so accurate lol!
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Old 04-15-2008, 07:25 AM
 
Location: Reality
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I call "Spanked by Samantha"
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Old 04-15-2008, 07:33 AM
 
Location: Sunny Naples Florida :)
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I call "Spanked by Samantha"
lol good one.. ahhh i swear its the simple things that amuse me sometimes..
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Old 05-15-2008, 03:40 PM
 
Location: Living in Paradise
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Question Hurricane risk rises by degrees

Warmer waters could breed more named storms in '08 let's hope that they are wrong...

HeraldTribune.com - News - News stories about Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties in Florida, from the newspapers of record. - HeraldTribune.com
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Old 06-18-2008, 04:23 PM
 
Location: Living in Paradise
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If the replies are correct, no hurricanes this year....

Another year without hurricanes 19 replies 30.65% plenty of sun...http://bestsmileys.com/sun/5.gif (broken link)
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Old 06-24-2008, 04:14 PM
 
Location: Living in Paradise
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June is almost over and nothing so far nothing. Probably this year will be like 07, one that gave us the opportunity to get our life's back in the game and be ready for any future disasters.

Link to previous hurricanes: USATODAY.com
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Old 06-24-2008, 04:21 PM
 
Location: Boca Raton, FL
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Smile No Hurricanes!

I think we got a double whammy in 2004-2005 which led to so many negative things. I pray NO hurricanes hit the US coast AT ALL!!!
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Old 06-24-2008, 07:06 PM
 
Location: East Tennessee
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Default Aw Shucks

I voted for Ft Lauderdale before I looked. Oh well, a good friend of mine who's an insurance adjuster just moved there. He's getting ready...
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Old 06-24-2008, 07:43 PM
 
Location: S.E. Florida
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June is almost over and nothing so far nothing. Probably this year will be like 07, one that gave us the opportunity to get our life's back in the game and be ready for any future disasters.

Link to previous hurricanes: USATODAY.com
June maybe close to being over with nothing....

HOWEVER

Go back to 1992 and Hurricane Andrew (boy I remember it well) there was nothing, not even a spec on the map until mid/end August and WHAM we got hit and hit hard.

June and July technically does not have many hurricanes...... Got to wait till Aug, Sept, and Oct. for things to fire up and it will this year.

I unfortunately think that a major cane will hit the U.S. this season.

South Florida is also LONG overdue for another major hurricane, especially the Fort Lauderdale area.

I don't think we will see a crazy 2004 and / or 2005 cane season again for quite while.

Also, last year was busy.... but luckily not for the U.S.

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Old 06-24-2008, 08:04 PM
 
Location: Living in Paradise
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June maybe close to being over with nothing....

HOWEVER

Go back to 1992 and Hurricane Andrew (boy I remember it well) there was nothing, not even a spec on the map until mid/end August and WHAM we got hit and hit hard.

June and July technically does not have many hurricanes...... Got to wait till Aug, Sept, and Oct. for things to fire up and it will this year.

I unfortunately think that a major cane will hit the U.S. this season.

South Florida is also LONG overdue for another major hurricane, especially the Fort Lauderdale area.

I don't think we will see a crazy 2004 and / or 2005 cane season again for quite while.

Also, last year was busy.... but luckily not for the U.S.
Excellent post, with so many disasters on going in the mainland, maybe just maybe the season will be an easy one. With the price of gas, food and housing a hurricane will truly be the drop that overflows the glass. Lets hope for a calm one.
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