Eh, meant to address this in my last post (oops!), but the GFDL has trouble with weakening storms over land. Case in point: a few runs of Dennis last year took it into the Great Lakes region...still as a category 1 hurricane. Even though it's the narrowest piece of land through there and not terribly mountainous, it'd take a significant cyclone in the EPac to largely survive the trek over to the Atlantic. Just not sure if I can see there; there's not a whole lot of precedent for it, either.
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