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Media finally released that Wilma was a wimp

How long does it take for the media to report what I have been saying all along? Apparently three weeks.

From the Palm Beach Post:

Monday, November 07, 2005

Hurricane Wilma tossed railroad cars off the tracks near Clewiston, blasted the windows of high-rise condos on State Road A1A, leveled a beloved church in Lake Worth, sank boats in the Intracoastal Waterway and left millions of Floridians without electricity.

Just imagine what a major hurricane would do.

Despite the shredded trees, wrecked homes and widespread disruption left in Wilma's wake, meteorologists say their wind measurements and the storm's impact across Palm Beach County mostly match what would be expected from the lowest tiers of hurricanes: Category 1 or, perhaps, Category 2.

Not an Andrew. Not a Katrina. Not even a Charley.


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