First of all the center looks like it might of reformed to the north as said earlier by tornado... however if the coc has former further north that is a less chance of the center making landfall on the west coast, so in a way i am a little confused that u would say it would make a west coast landfall. i would say 80 percent that it will make landfall has a 50 mph trop.storm maybe 60mph at most, unless this thing happens to bomb out at night which is always a possiblity in the warm shallow waters off the FL COAST, as of right now i give that a 10 percent of happening. ANY THOUGHTS????
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