I think it's possible because like I posted a few back, he's not west of Tampa, and I'm not sure he ever will get west of Tampa. So he would have to come in south of there even if he went straight north from this point on and never curved at all. This is really a gentle curve that he's forecast to have.
So how bout this: If he turns north (000) before he gets to the Keys, then he could be the stronger southern storm that doesn't weaken before landfall, BUT NOT SE FLORIDA !!!! I did not say MIAMI !!!! Get him out to 83.5-84W then Tampa (maybe) or north.
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