Saw Tom Terry(Channel 9 O-Town) discussing the GFDL/GFS/UKMET/NOGAPS models. He threw out the GFDL which still had Jeanne making the turn off the coast. Also, said he was shying away from the GFS because both of them(that and the GFDL) have had problems handling the high pressure ridge, and they've both had Jeanne moving much slower at this point in time. Basically he was saying a combination of the NOGAPS/UKMET and even the ETA(though he said it too is not as reliable with tropical systems) could pan out to be the best track. He was definitely emphasizing that everyone keep an eye on any type of shift to the west.
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