And then look at the GFDL from a couple hours ago. It is still insisting that the storm will make a sudden, strong southward jog in about 3-9 hours and the eye will miss Florida to the south. These models are definately not in agreement at all.
I'd be concerned if I were anywhere along the southern half of the FL east coast today, and as for tomorrow...better check back closer to midnight and the next model runs! Do not assume that becuase the extrapolated track is west, and the central cone of the NHC guidence is west, that it won't deviate north or south. Remember Charley from last year and its sudden jog just before landfall.
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