Quote: SHIPS has lowered its intensity forcasts to 79mph in 72 hours and 82mph in 96 hours. How does it get stronger going over Florida?
If it stays close to the east coast, it can draw warm water inflow from the gulf stream without much hindrance. The land in Florida is flat, so the terrain will not weaken it much as long as it can be fed from the ocean.
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