Quote: My gut feeling (and from watching some of the sat and models) is that she's going to strengthen up, make a run to near the lake, stall and then make her turn, scraping lots of land along the way. It does not feel pretty.
I think wherever it goes, it will make a mess. I do find it interesting the latest models at
show a WNW turn at 75W. Taking it much further north than the Treasure Coast at landfall. At this point, would take that scenario or the aforementioned WPB entry to the gulf, over a direct hit to Ft. Pierce. With all due respect and concern for my fellow coastliners. Good luck to all. I won't be able to communicate from the shelter (which opens at 8am and plan to be there at 7:30am), so I hope all goes well for you if I don't get to talk to after tonight. Have to pack the computer in storage once again, so probably won't be on much longer.
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