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Well, Sally beat the crap out of Pensacola
That was an exciting 48 hours. Major flooding (downtown Palafox St was about 2 feet under water), the 3Mile Bridge is missing entire sections (and hearing rumors of other bridges being damaged), beach condos took a beating. Fortunately the rain was the worst part. I'm not seeing much destruction. At least here in Gulf Breeze everyone's house survived. Several of my friends lost their boat piers. My dock is about 3 feet under water. The storm path of Sally was all over the place. We went to bed expecting this to pass to the west with a little wind and rain and go to Mobile, but it made a hard right and almost bullseye'd right on P'cola. I am thankful there wasn't more damage, but life is going to be quite different around here until the cleanup is done and the bridges are repaired. I don't get rattled easily, but around 5am this morning I was starting to worry as the water level kept rising and the wind gusts were frightening.