VIPIR is a pretty reliable model that they run...last year they ran it with all 3 storms and they were almost dead-on. I know that they are concerned about the rainfall because of the cold front/tc clashing together, causing severe weather and rain, and that's probably where it will merge...so that's why they have most of the rain even in that area. Only a couple more days to go and we will know for sure!
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