Well we have our first hurricane of the year. Currently over Puerto Rico. Most models have it going up the east coast of Florida for now. Will have to wait and see more as it develops. Cat 1 strength now but as hot as it is, could easily strengthen once over the gulf stream. Been through enough of these things to know that 'usually' unless you are within 25 miles of the eye, you won't experience full hurricane force winds. But can still get rough and a lot of rain and possible power outages for long periods. Course I have seen them where they seem to spread out into long spider bands that can be quite rough for short periods. Anyhow it's really been relatively quite for Florida ever since 2004 when we had 3 hurricanes directly eye hit central Florida all within a 6 week period. That was a bad year. You folks on the East Coast (Bodeen, PA, Hoople and Jack) you might want to have plenty of bottled water and batteries for flashlites.