I disagree with the statement if your north of that you should be fine. First, its only a line; a line that could move 100 miles in either direction. Second, where the storm and the front collide will be an area of very heavy rain and 50+/- mile winds. Third, also because of this collision, there will be an increase in the chance for tornados.
I would say that all of us in Florida need to be prepared!!!!
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