The weather station on the Cedar Key dock hit the big one Tuesday morning as a line of storms moved through Levy County clocking winds gusting up to 91 miles per hour.
Before that a weather station on the island recorded a 74 mph wind gust.
A dock behind Gulfside Motel was knocked down, but the island’s most famous landmark, the Honeymoon Cottage, was still standing.
“It’s still there. I mean what can you say,” said Cedar Key Fire Chief Robert Robinson.
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