I note that when he was a TS the pressure was around 1004-1007. It might be that the winds have not caught up to the lower pressure which will probably happen over the Atlantic.
Why it's still somewhat intact over Florida is that there really isn't much here to break it up. It started over the Everglades which is shallow warm water (yes I know storms need DEEP water), went over flat land and then Lake O. While land inhibits these things, mountains do a better job.
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