Isaac largely spares South Florida, but is expected to gain strength in Gulf
KEY WEST, Fla. (MCT) — Big but not bad.
Tropical Storm Isaac huffed and puffed but blew little down other than palm fronds, branches and random trees. It frustrated fliers with hundreds of cancelled flights, sunk a few boats in the Keys and sparked scattered power outages across South Florida, imperiling the chili-pepper-flavored ice cream at one Homestead shop. But there were no reports of serious damage or flooding.
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