At 60 hours, the new GFS takes the ULL over Memphis, and moves it to Pa., with a trough through the S.E. U.S. It also maintains strong high pressure over the east, which reminds me a bit of Isabel, as we had gale force winds in the Mid Atlantic for an extended period of time with it. It looks to have shifted its track to the right, which it has been too far right all along with this.
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