Eight years ago today, Floridians were running for cover from a powerful and unpredictable Hurricane Charley. It was one of three hurricanes to move across central and north Florida during August and September. We know this can be a busy time of year in the tropics based on the number of storms that have formed since 1900. We wanted to take it one step further, and look at the history of storms actually hitting North-Central Florida during the month of August and where they originated.
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