7/10/2005 Hurricane Dennis Video Part 12, Hurricane Dennis Hits Navarre, Florida


7/10/2005 Hurricane Dennis Video Part 12, Hurricane Dennis Hits Navarre, Florida
    Hurricane Dennis Video. Hurricane Dennis slams into Navarre Florida. Video from the northeast or right front quadrant of the hurricane eye wall in the strongest winds of Hurricane Dennis. 
    
    Catalog #: Hurricane_Dennis_2005_12
    Total Run Time: 06;45;00
    Screen Format: 4:3
    
    Video Format: Standard Definition 
    License Type: Rights Managed 
    
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    1. I was there in Navarre for the storm, down 399. Even though we got a direct hit from the eye wall of this category 3 storm, there was nothing to it. I've been in strong category two storms with 100mph wind that impressed me MUCH more. I estimate that the winds in this video are at times, not even hurricane force, really spread out ( lacking sustained intensity ) and generally weak. If you were outside in Navarre during hurricane Erin in 1995 , you would be dead, nor could you stand. the fact that you're outside in this storm further illustrates my point. Dennis was weak and I speak from experience from being in the eye wall of opal(cat 3) and erin(100mph gust up to 140) No two storms are the same and some of them wimp out around the cost and end up disappointing. Erin, Opal and Dennis all left Navarre in the eye wall. and Dennis compares to neither of those storms nor even Ivan and we were 55 miles from the eye in Ivan. even being further away from a direct hit was more intense here than in Dennis. something was wrong with that storm of they lied about the wind speed or something. who;s with me?