Quote: last night was a shift to the north. today back to where they've said. Ft.myers/naples area . If you live north of that you should be fine unless something unexpected happens.
If you simply follow the little black line you would be correct. However, I would rather wait until she exits the coast and starts moving and has a couple model runs before I'm comfortable with landfall vicinity. Even then it will have a large area of error.
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