I'm glad to see that there are other people agreeing with me. So is it consensus that the storm would have to simply remain in a nw track to follow the SW coast? Looking at the sattelite imagery, its cut and dry, stay NW, ride sw coast, where it turns I beleive will be somewhere between naples and clearwater. I dont think it needs a westerly track to do this, but simply a nw track. This isnt necessarily the worst case scenario, but better than it emerging into the GOM.
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