It seems as if they may actually shift it north some.
Quote: Frances is moving toward the west-northwest or 290 degrees at 13 knots around the periphery of the subtropical ridge. How far west the hurricane will go will depend on the future strength of the ridge and that varies from model to model. The GFS and the GFDL consistently weaken the ridge and turn the hurricane northwestward earlier than any other models. Because the GFS and GFDL models are very reliable...I was tempted to shift the track a little bit to the north and east at this time. However...the Florida State University super-ensemble and the conu consensus...which consists of the average of the GFDL...GFDN...GFS...NOGAPS and UKMET models...bring the hurricane on a west-northwest track across Florida. Therefore...I am not ready to make the northward shift at this time and the official forecast remains as in the previous advisory...very close to the consensus and basically on top of the FSU super-ensemble.
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