I hate to say it but you might be right. Most of the High tops are being blown east. If the GFS verifies. Which usually doesn't then the low would head near S Fl. with most of the moisture out to sea. It's still a little early to know where the main moisture will go. The shear in the Gulf is pretty high so I doubt we will get too much in development. Maybe a hybrid system.
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