The coastal beach erosion/flooding setup for the east coast (of Florida and possibly north) is going to be much worse than usual if this system rapidly converts to subtropical/post tropical. It's not out of the realm of possibility to see 20-25 ft seas Friday off east central Florida, which will translate into a ton of beach erosion in areas not usually accustomed to it. Probably higher than it's been in decades by Friday (It's slowly already gaining now)
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