The more northern postion is a concern but not to much. The GFDL model pulls Lili n-nw towards Cuba over the next 12 hours and then turns w-nw so lets see how long she moves nnw. If Lili moves north of Cuba then I'll be a bit more concerned but right now I still see a north central Gulf coast problem long term not south Florida.
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