Well looks like the NWS service in Tampa and Miami agree with what I said..and again, I wont know forsure until maybe even Sunday morning.. they even mentioned the storm conditions ( even if it stayed near FtMyers) of TS winds near TampaBay and Huricane force winds just south of there due to the expansion of the windfield......again , we dont know forsure yet. Any jog N in the models will bring it near the Bay...For now... Sarasota or Charlotte counties looks decent.
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