It's not really top secret, but it is still technically experimental and the NHC/US govt. pays good money to FSU to obtain the forecasts, develop the model, and keep it proprietary. There are patents out on the processes used in the model, for what its worth.
And to clear up a misconception earlier, as I also noted in a previous thread...the Superensemble has *never* been west of Pensacola. The furthest west it has been at landfall is near Apalachicola, and the furthest west it has been before landfall is towards Ft. Walton Beach. No run to date has taken it inland west of Pensacola.
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