The last major hurricane to hit Southwest Florida was Erma on September 10, 2017. Erma was a major hurricane that made landfall on Marco Island and moved through Naples before weakening. Erma was the strongest hurricane to hit the area in many years. Many roofs were severely damaged and the storm caused major landscape damage. Charley, a weaker hurricane, made landfall on Sanibel and Captiva Islands in 2004 and Wilma was a direct hit on Naples and Marco Island in 2005. Prior to Charlie in 2004, Donna hit in 1960. Charley went through Lee County and caused major property damage. Most of the damage was to roofs, landscaping and pool cages. Wilma went through Collier County and caused mostly landscaping damage, damage to roofs, and pool cages. Power outage was a major problem with both hurricanes, but the home damage was limited because many of the homes in the area are newer and were built to new 2002 hurricane codes and many older homes been retrofitted with hurricane shutters or high impact glass.