Starting a master thread for this storm. Models seem to agree on a mostly inland track after landfall instead of a re-emergence over water, which will introduce some potential for low-topped supercell tornadoes. The NAM and GFS both show a dry slot working in on the southeastern quadrant of the storm. Of interest is that this is the first storm (that I can remember) of TS or greater intensity that we'll have a 4KM WRF forecast. It's interesting that this model is showing some cellular convection in the outer bands in South Carolina on Friday. If I were able, I would make this a two-day inland TC tornado chase, starting in Georgia and moving into NC/VA on Saturday. I doubt the storm's center will be of much chaseworthy interest after landfall.