Yes, and the 18z GFS is continuing its own trend of going left. I think it is finally starting to catch on, and will not be surprised to see the track stay farther inland than currently forecast. N.C. could be in the right quad, and they have had their own problems this year also. A farther inland track would cause more weakening, but nobody up here needs heavy rains either. A prolonged period of onshore winds will likely pile up on the south-facing beaches of N.C. For those farther north, another heavy rain event. Florida sees it first, and maybe strongest, the rest of the coast should feel it also.
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