I was in Tampa as Hurricane Ian approached recently.  The authorities initiated mandatory evacuation orders, while the long-term locals told me Ian would go south and not bother us too much.

I did the lawyerly risk management thing and followed orders.  Of course, the storm indeed made landfall further south, and then proceeded to find me in central Florida.  Tampa was just fine.

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