javlin - further south is better in the long run, as HF mentioned, because it likely keeps a weaker storm affecting less people - and not affecting the U.S. at all. If the storm starts to head further north, it's getting stronger and likely affecting the U.S..
Whether it's better or worse in the long run depends on your perception of things, I guess: stronger storm or less impacts on life and property?
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