Quote: CaneTracker -- not necessarily. The center did not reform terribly far to the north, and the depictions of the storms in the models are sufficiently broad enough to likely encompass that region as well. Largely, while the model guidance may not pick up on every last wobble and reformation during the formative stages, they still manage to do a good overall job with the track forecast.
True, but I was in the belief that the NHC said in the discussion that the models are too far to the left now, no?
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