The following are forecasts from earlier today. At this time they are from 7.5 to 13.5 hours old. The new models aren't in yet. 4 of the 5 models take the Low off of The Carolinas into the Atlantic over the next 3 days.(12Z-Sunday) None of the above forecast models are indicating the Low will deepen beyound 1000mbs. I believe it was lower than 1000mbs last weekend when crossing the Western Plains. I will try to post the model update when it becomes available later tonight. The Weather Channel is giving updates on the Low at the present time. CMCGLB: 2005041412Z FCST-Shallow, symetrical warm core GFS: 2005041418Z Fcst- Shallow, symetrical warm core MM5-AF: 2005041418Z Fcst-Shallow, symetrical warm core NGP: 2005041412Z Fcst-Deep, symetrical Cold core UKMET: 2005041412Z Fcst-Shallow, symetrical warm core
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