Since it seems that the steering currents must be kind of weak right now I'll throw this out there. What if she makes a move straight west and moves over S.Florida and into the GOM. Before you say it, NO I'm not thinking anything about a Texas landfall. What I am saying is that it would give it more time over the gulf to gather strength again. Considering the gulf hasn't had anything since Charley to upwell the water there might be a chance of it getting back to its former self. I hope this does not come true, but at this moment anything seems to be possible.
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