Quote: Is this just an overactive mind or is there a basis to believe this could get back to 140mph?
While I understand your concern - the front right quadrant is projected to remain offshore, and the hurricane force winds are in a fairly compact area.
At this exact moment in time, it's a bit too early to say that you should worry.
I rode out Frances and Jeanne in Brevard County - and both were bearing down as Cat 4 storms.
Due to the overall minimal size of the hurricane wind field, the strongest quad being out to sea, and the uncertainty regarding the track - pay attention, but at this exact moment, it's difficult to tell you that you're overreacting.
I will, however, say that if you are not comfortable, that you should make preparations sooner rather than later.
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