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General Model Watching
      #99900 - Wed Jun 05 2019 07:04 PM

This thread is for general "model storms" that may or may not form, if something moves into the more likely category than it's own topic will be made.


that said, the GFS had an idea of something in the Gulf for late next week, that went away, and is now back to predicting something in the Gulf next week. (Both 12Z and 18Z today show it) No other models have really picked up on it yet, so it'll remain in this topic... for now.


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