Quote: scottvb: 0z BAMM is already out. It puts landfall near New Orleans.
BAMM is a useless model. No way this is going to NO or any points west of Apalachicola in my opinion. NNE motion has already commenced and I think the NHC track is right on, although I believe it will come ashore slightly farther south toward Cedar Key.
UKMet also follows that track, even further west than BAMM...and UKMet isn't as bad as BAMM in predictions. Also, BAMM has done really well with some storms that the other models get really wrong, so don't dismiss BAMM just becuase it's usually wrong. The few times it's right it's really right (even if those times are rare).
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