That's my read, and on the other thread, I said I felt the GFS was still too far to the right, even with its westward shift this morning. It seems that it takes the models almost until a day or two before landfall before they really start to latch onto things, and I have no reason to believe this is any different. The 0z runs have a chance to show improvement as the system should be better defined, and I am guessing there will be more dropsonde data incorporated.
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