The GFS has gained more confidence on the hurricane that it was showing earlier in the week. The only change from when I wrote last time, is that it is going to take a more westward path, when it hits the United States. According to the GFS, the storm would make landfall near the Florida panhandle at the start of this weekend. It is then forecasted to move directly up the I-95 corridor, bringing heavy rains and strong winds up and down the east coast. This is just one forecast, and there are many forecast models that have to be taken into account. This forecast is fluid, and can still change very quickly, as the GFS has done to this storm in the past few days.