That depends on the exact track, but in general, heavy rains and flooding would be the big issue. Winds would still be strong enough to push over trees in the really spongy, rain-soaked soil. Those in the N.E quadrant will also face the risk of tornadoes, which on a localized basis, will be more damaging than the core winds. However, we will have to see what the storm looks like at that point. I think the several before this one that have moved through that same area would give a good indication of what to expect. And then you hope it doesn't stall anywhere. The reason coastal residents leave is for the storm surge, which isn't felt inland. Inland gets the above conditions instead, so it depends on your situation, i.e, are you in a flood-prone area, etc.
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