Not speaking for the one I work for but....yeah, there are insurance companies that are worried about anything near Florida.
Personally, I'm going to avoid the models for a bit until something is found to have formed and some regular data is coming in. Although, it seems like there is a trend for the models to agree on Florida, break away for a while and then comeback to Florida on this system. Until I see a good 48 hours of nothing hitting Florida, I'm keeping close watch on this sucker.
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