The models are the most interesting I have seen in quite a while..The arrival and the relative depth of the forecasted strong trough from the west must be difficult to get a handle on...The most reliable have Sandy doing an elongated S up the coast. A couple have it feignt to the NW and get it as close the Florida as Grand Bahama...if t is transitioning at that time the windfield will expand and gales in many parts of Florida could result, along with the terrible erosion of most of the coast line...yeah this could be very interesting. Glad the west coast of Florida will remain in the fringes...
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