Transcript for Naples expecting storm surge of 10 to 15 feet
As thetorm moves, so did world news anchor David Muir. He's in Naples. Expected to get hit hard. Especially with the storm surge. Yes. Huge concern. The storm surge. They're predicting between 10 and 15 feet. Keep in mind, Naples is only three feet above sea level. We're feeling significant wind gusts right now. These are the outer bands of the hurricane actually reaching here in Naples. They're expecting. We're about five, six hours away from this. Sustained winds of 100 miles per hour or more. When you have winds at that level, the national weather service will tell you to expect tornado-like damage. They saw this on this very day in 1960 with hurricane Donna. Significant damage when Donna made landfall. It's unclear if this will make landfall or hug the coast. The warm water going to fuel this hurricane and as you know, George, you have been studying the models from ginger all morning long. The hurricane-force winds extend 80 miles out from the wall. It's 160 miles wide. The gompler of Florida telling me, this could be the most catastrophic hurricane Florida has ever seen. We'll be here straight through the end. Did the word get to Naples in time? Is the city prepared for what they're facing? I talked to the mayor of Naples. The track of the storm changed 24 hours ago. Yesterday morning. There was a lot of concern about whether or not people would have time to evacuate Naples. The mayor telling me he believes most people heeded the the call. This is is much like a ghost town. There's an arena not far from here the Jermaine arena, where people are huddled. It reminds me of being inside the Superdome inside of Katrina. I remember being there with the families. The roof beginning to rip off over our heads. I can't imagine what it is like to be in there. 100-mile-per-hour winds for several hours. It will be a tough ride. It will be a harrowing afternoon. Want to move up to coast to rob
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