By Paul Homewood
Weather Girl Laura Tobin apparently thinks there is some significance in the fact that Idalia was the first major hurricane to hit Apalachee Bay in Florida:
Given that Florida’s coastline is 1350 miles long, and that the strongest winds in any hurricane usually don’t extend more than a few miles from the centre, most of the State’s coast can also claim to have never experienced a major hurricane.
There is therefore significance in her remarks. I pointed this out to her, but she has declined to respond!