Every major overnight (0z) model run - same track. Rakes the FL coast up to landfall in SC; then goes just barely inland until Delmarva and on up the coast into New England. GFS, ECMWF, GFDL, HWRF, UKMET. Only HWRF was a little further east. 6z GFS is verifying to continue this trend, though further east in the late time period, missing New England.
And this storm's annular. Ignoring the convective blob to the east, the entire rest of the storm is classic annular - large eye, large CDO, no spiral bands.
Here's night "visible"
And look at this incredible microwave pass from last hour:
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