We are right at a month out. Post up all stuff related to this season here!
That tends to make you to not want big windows and vaulted ceelings :doh: Last one that hit us (which was more of a wind storm with rain) sent a branch in my bedroom I guess its a good thing we just moved the bed away from the window.Talk to me in July and we'll see what's up.
We are actually having a meeting in a couple of weeks regarding outside support for this season. Direct hit would definitely make some busy times! 1999 was the last bad hit here.
Honestly, my biggest concern is how we are going to board up these 6ft tall windows we have all over the house.
Hope I didn't just jinx it. :doh:What do hurricanes mean for Jacksonville, Florida? Due to its unique geographic location on the Florida peninsula, Jacksonville is actually the least hurricane-prone coastal city in the state, an assertion confirmed by examining the geography of the area and the historical occurrences of hurricanes dating back to the late 1800’s.
A map of the eastern United States shows that the eastern coastline of
Florida from Miami to Jacksonville tracks in a northwesterly direction.
Then to the north, the coastlines of Georgia, South Carolina and North
Carolina turn back to the northeast. This indentation of the continent is
what helps to “protect” Jacksonville from hurricanes as they travel the
Gulfstream up the east coast of the United States.