Depends on where on the coast you are at. I think the track may be slightly to the right of the official NHC forcast, but not by much. It also depends on whether or not the eastward jog holds. The storm may resume a more northerly track and still run right into the Georgetown/MB area. I would think that the storm would land fall right along the SC/NC border (which is really right in line with the NHC forcast).
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