The GFS is now putting the system to hit Georgia, but I think this is the correct genral path, just more to the north. Also CLIPPER as seems to be giving that same genral path. So both dynamical and statiscal models are in agreement, as Hurric said before, I think we should throw out the Galveston run but I did feel that if the system devloped when it was in that area it would have taken that path, which the GFS had shown.
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