They said she was forecast to hit further south because of the fast movement of the storm. If she slows down a bit is there a chance of a more central or upper Texas coast hit? Yesterday the track looked more north Texas. Could it shift back or is it pretty certain it will go more south? How confident is the track this far out? Also, what is causing the fast movement?
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