We've all heard about Florida's "Hurricane Season", but truth be told, most of the Eastern hurricanes to date have either hit the tip of the State, or followed the Gulf Stream
and only made landfall in the Carolinas and parts
North. Floyd was the only hurricane we had to evacuate Saint Augustine for since I've been here, and even he left little more than a few palm fronds in the streets in his wake.
Granted, Saint Augustine's pinnacle is only 9 feet above sea level, so we're at the mercy of even the smallest storm surge, and the fact that the city hasn't had one in the past 450 years is no guarantee that we won't be flooded tomorrow, but as it stands, I've got more important things to worry about...