11PM mentioned that "future westward adjustments are in the offing"...the High still has its axis at 80-81w, which means the west north westward motion will persist for a while. Hmmm, I'm thinking they would like both coasts to be prepared in case the models are incorrect or they are correct. Florida is long, but not that wide...remember, simple changes can make big landfall point differences along the coast.
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