0z phase runs from HWRF & GFDL paint a very similar picture, but with the GFDL bringing quite a lot more hurricane force winds onshore, all the way from southeast Florida to the OBX, and a wider tropical cyclone overall. These runs also suggest a real surge threat along the southeast coast on all surge-prone locations in the path.
Maximum sustained winds at 925mb in both runs about 165 knots (reduction to about 150+/- knots at the surface - solidly Cat 5)
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