I do believe that it will get caught up in the southern movement & touch all the Florida bases before heading up the east coast & then across the Atlantic to the shores of Great Britain.
Remember, Florida has more shoreline than any other state. I'm starting to rethink my July vacation & Labor Day weekend, both of which are to be on west coast of FL. I might get "lucky" & beat the oil for July 4.
This is going to be really ugly. They really need to figure out a way to torch this thing - it's only a matter of time before a hurricane or tropical storm lift the oil & send it inland a bit. You only need a short move inland for it to cause massive destruction & much bigger environmental problems than what LA has.