wonder why the models are now shifting to the right (north) after exit from fla. west coast....if this is the case then there could be a major shift in forecast track after it enters the GOM in the 5pm adv.... models turn right?, but i am not sure if i am buying that just yet. Right now this looks like Florida could see more flooding danger from south to north, than anything else!
BUT i should add i think the models just don't have a good handel on the system yet, and like others have said......we will and should have a good picture by late tonight when the G-IV data gets in the runs.....Here's the flight info, which can be found HERE.
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