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Old 09-28-2022, 09:03 PM   #601
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I see Jim Cantore is up to his usual sensational theatrics - he just about pushed it too far this time. I haven’t been able to reach my buddy between Naples and Ft Myers. I’m sure he’s too busy to be returning texts - and cell towers are probably down. Sunrise is going to reveal some shocking scenes.
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I see Jim Cantore is up to his usual sensational theatrics - he just about pushed it too far this time. I havenít been able to reach my buddy between Naples and Ft Myers. Iím sure heís too busy to be returning texts - and cell towers are probably down. Sunrise is going to reveal some shocking scenes.
jimmy being jimmy...
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Old 09-28-2022, 09:20 PM   #604
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Wow that’s some serious wind!
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Old 09-28-2022, 09:29 PM   #605
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Was able to text my friends in Ruskin tonight. THEY DID NOT EVACUATE!!! She said “it’s just a little wind and rain”. ��*♂️��*♂️��*♂️
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Old 09-28-2022, 09:58 PM   #606
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I see Jim Cantore is up to his usual sensational theatrics - he just about pushed it too far this time. I havenít been able to reach my buddy between Naples and Ft Myers. Iím sure heís too busy to be returning texts - and cell towers are probably down. Sunrise is going to reveal some shocking scenes.
Iím with you. I wanted to kick him in the taint repeatedly. I canít figure why it is useful to report the news standing in that with a helmet and goggles on.
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Iím with you. I wanted to kick him in the taint repeatedly. I canít figure why it is useful to report the news standing in that with a helmet and goggles on.
Cause ratings? Although I dont know how. Every hurricane purdy much the same, wind, rain and broken stuff

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Old 09-28-2022, 10:21 PM   #608
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^I mean, here we are talking about him... so it's working isn't it?
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Old 09-28-2022, 10:41 PM   #609
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Old 09-29-2022, 07:45 AM   #610
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I have a fishing guide friend that is staying put in Fort Meyers. He lives on the canal system. Retired ex military and owned several different businesses. He’s been doing a Facebook live every hour or so, his last venture outside, palm trees were down all over the place and his two big mango trees are knocked over.
He was able to post last night at midnight, from the attic, along with several neighbors that went to him for safety. He did rescue 1 lady that was hanging on to a fence about to float away, she was delirious and she finally remembered her name. He live in Morse Shores / Cape Coral area. He said the water was up to the eaves of the house.

It's hard to believe. He's retired, could've loaded up his 3 dogs and took off driving and been out of harms way. I wish he would've made better decisions but being stubborn can put you in harms way. Everything is replaceable except life.

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He was able to post last night at midnight, from the attic, along with several neighbors that went to him for safety. He did rescue 1 lady that was hanging on to a fence about to float away, she was delirious and she finally remembered her name. He live in Morse Shores / Cape Coral area. He said the water was up to the eaves of the house.

It's hard to believe. He's retired, could've loaded up his 3 dogs and took off driving and been out of harms way. I wish he would've made better decisions but being stubborn can put you in harms way. Everything is replaceable except life.
There will be many like him and they will all say, "NEVER AGAIN"

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Old 09-29-2022, 09:48 AM   #612
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HELL to the NAH! Wouldn't do that job for no amount of money. I understand those planes are actually turboprop planes....which seems insane to me. Well....it actually is insane I guess.
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Old 09-29-2022, 10:16 AM   #613
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The Sheriff in the Fort Myer area says he has 100's of dead people...
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Old 09-29-2022, 10:25 AM   #614
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Geeze, that Jim Cantore clip is the second most ignorant thing ive seen on this thread. Just no need for it.

Sanibel island is cut off from the mainland from what I've read. I'm sure the photos and videos this morning will be rough.
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Old 09-29-2022, 10:33 AM   #615
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Lots of folks in SW Florida stayed during Cat 3 Irma and it was just an inconvenience. Then they were told Ian would probably make landfall as a Cat 1 or 2 so they didn't see a need to evacuate. Things got ugly pretty quick.
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Geeze, that Jim Cantore clip is the second most ignorant thing ive seen on this thread. Just no need for it.

Sanibel island is cut off from the mainland from what I've read. I'm sure the photos and videos this morning will be rough.
put it back in the holster wild bill, was just showing how strong the wind was blowing.
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Old 09-29-2022, 10:47 AM   #617
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Finally got a text from my buddy who rode it out at his house between Estero and Fort Myers and all it says is "I'm alive - more later." His place is/was just a couple blocks from the beach
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Old 09-29-2022, 10:53 AM   #618
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put it back in the holster wild bill, was just showing how strong the wind was blowing.

I agree with Ron White, itís not that the wind is blowing, itís what the wind is blowing.


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Old 09-29-2022, 11:17 AM   #619
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The wind is not the dangerous part of a hurricane. Its the water!
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Old 09-29-2022, 11:59 AM   #620
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The wind is not the dangerous part of a hurricane. Its the water!

For sure. No beating the water. It does amaze me how well many structures fair in the wind.


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Old 09-29-2022, 12:42 PM   #621
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I don't watch the news becouse I can't stand to see all these news reporters from New York city and so forth freaking out of live TV becouse they stepped in ankle deep water for the first time in the lives and their hat blew off their head. I say that to say that from the lack of pictures posted on this thread, and no other threads started on TBH about the hurricane, it would appear that the storm didn't cause as much destruction and flooding as was projected? again...my only source this morning has been TBH.
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Old 09-29-2022, 12:50 PM   #622
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I don't watch the news becouse I can't stand to see all these news reporters from New York city and so forth freaking out of live TV becouse they stepped in ankle deep water for the first time in the lives and their hat blew off their head. I say that to say that from the lack of pictures posted on this thread, and no other threads started on TBH about the hurricane, it would appear that the storm didn't cause as much destruction and flooding as was projected? again...my only source this morning has been TBH.
Fort Myers got obliterated
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Old 09-29-2022, 12:51 PM   #623
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I still can't understand why people just leave their big expensive boats in the path of these storms. Plenty of time to take them to better conditions away from the storm. Insurance - Insurance - Insurance, the lazy way out. Makes premiums go up for everyone.
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Fort Myers got obliterated
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Old 09-29-2022, 12:58 PM   #625
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I still can't understand why people just leave their big expensive boats in the path of these storms. Plenty of time to take them to better conditions away from the storm. Insurance - Insurance - Insurance, the lazy way out. Makes premiums go up for everyone.
Is securing it in a sheltered harbor not enough? They could have moved it 80 miles away and still gotten smashed by the storm if it made a change in course in the last couple days... which happens with almost every storm.
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Old 09-29-2022, 01:07 PM   #626
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Lots of folks in SW Florida stayed during Cat 3 Irma and it was just an inconvenience. Then they were told Ian would probably make landfall as a Cat 1 or 2 so they didn't see a need to evacuate. Things got ugly pretty quick.
Exactly right, there was a huge false sense of security. So many folks said they rode out different storms but they were never in the path of one of these monsters.
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Old 09-29-2022, 01:09 PM   #627
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The videos and photos coming from the Ft Myers area looks rough!

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Old 09-29-2022, 01:53 PM   #628
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I still can't understand why people just leave their big expensive boats in the path of these storms. Plenty of time to take them to better conditions away from the storm. Insurance - Insurance - Insurance, the lazy way out. Makes premiums go up for everyone.
Boat insurance with regard to named storms is actually a little tricky. You have to name a home port/birth for boats and that is where you have the most "protection" for that vessel.
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Old 09-29-2022, 02:03 PM   #629
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The Sheriff in the Fort Myer area says he has 100's of dead people...


Actually he said 'likely' death toll

Last real report I saw (noon) said 5
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Old 09-29-2022, 02:47 PM   #630
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The most iconic pic I've seen so far. Says so much!
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We as a nation are pretty stupid!

No, not everyone....but a whole bunch of us are.
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I still can't understand why people just leave their big expensive boats in the path of these storms. Plenty of time to take them to better conditions away from the storm. Insurance - Insurance - Insurance, the lazy way out. Makes premiums go up for everyone.

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Old 09-29-2022, 03:55 PM   #633
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Actually he said 'likely' death toll

Last real report I saw (noon) said 5
We had 19 come in over weekend. Id hate to see what 100 would look like. Still hope they find the ones that are stuck somewhere just waiting to be helped.
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The most iconic pic I've seen so far. Says so much!
I wonder if that granny was bothered or concerned with the sleeve on responders arm?

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Old 09-29-2022, 04:04 PM   #635
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My brother-in-law's elderly dad and some of his friends decided to ride it out. They live in Venice, florida. It is going to be really bad there, so prayers would be appreciated.
Did you hear from your friends?
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Lol yep. I'm sure most were a little more worried about their houses families ect than their boats.
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Most folks probably donít buy the trailer, boat lives in the water. Or donít have a tow vehicle


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oh yea..watch me!
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I mean. Right now they might could
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Ha I saw that comment on a thread the other day and wondered how it would go over. I never checked back!



Did they ever upgrade it to a cat 5?
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Did they ever upgrade it to a cat 5?
More and likely never will to cover the NHC's arse for missing this projection so much and for insurance purposes.
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Nope , and in SW Florida, most of them donít even live there during hurricane season.


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Shane, that was the second thought that came to mind. I saw that in the other thread and shook my head.
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A new one just came off Africa. Aimed at Cuba...
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Old 09-29-2022, 09:16 PM   #646
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Read reports that a lot of homes and bldgs on the west side of Florida were built to handle no more than a Cat 3. Any truth to this?

Prayers for Florida.
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Read reports that a lot of homes and bldgs on the west side of Florida were built to handle no more than a Cat 3. Any truth to this?

Prayers for Florida.
Not an expert by any means. However, standard hurricane building code does require hurricane ties on the framing and I think the average code is to withstand winds up to around 120. So, it's probably true the typical hurricane building code is not necessary sufficient to cover wind speeds and gusts in Cat 4 and 5 storms. The code does require impact rated glass for certain coastal regions, etc. I know my parents down on Tiki Island and others don't even need storm shutters anymore due to how impact resistant windows are built these days.

Bottom line, a Cat 5 hurricane is like an F5 tornado. Thunder of God so to speak and is not the normal scenario. Are homes in torndo alley built to withstand an F5 tornado? Probably not.

It's like any other natural disaster. Occurances on average every 20 years can't necessary dictate everything to the fullest; especially on the worst case scenario end. Think of major floods, earth quakes, etc. Heck, think about the Freeze in TX a few years ago. Are all homes required to be equipped with back-up generators or working fireplaces; of course not. Guess I'm just saying, I wouldn't read to much into some of these reports.
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Old 09-29-2022, 11:10 PM   #648
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Read reports that a lot of homes and bldgs on the west side of Florida were built to handle no more than a Cat 3. Any truth to this?

Prayers for Florida.
Most pictures Iíve seen is of trailer/mobile homes that are completely destroyed so I donít doubt it.
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I was looking how far away Ian was pulling wind from up the east coast. I checked a weather app and it showed Myrtle Beach, SC by daybreak having wind gusts to 50mph. The eye is 300 miles away and still pulling tropical storm force winds.

Almost 600 miles away Norfolk, VA will be having about 40mph gusts.

Those arenít real worrisome winds but that seems like a long way for a Category 1 hurricane to be having that strong of an effect.


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Old 09-30-2022, 04:03 AM   #650
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wow that wind in puntagorda! buddies live in tampa and not heard from them yet. eesh. storm surges too.
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