I think he meant that it *could* deviate to the right or the left of the cone, meaning that it could brush the coast like Floyd. I'll listen and see what he says the next time. I'm not seeing a turn forecasted in the advisories that would indicate a brush, but maybe Mother Nature has other ideas, and I hope it is just a brush.
Now go get some rest.
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