Based on 850mb vorticity product only. Canadian-moves large vortice area to Tallahassee, then NW to Dothan,AL area. At 120 hours-5 days.
GFS-At 120 hours. Vortice area is off of the NC/ SC Coast. Basically the same movement as the Canadian model. GFS start point is farther offshore than the CAN. Hence the CAN goes across the Eastern Panhandle where the GFS turns NW toward the GA/ SC Coast
UKMET-Vortice over/ near Melbourne at 120 hours. And crawls to a position over the Northern Peninsula through 144 hours. Starting point is the southern-most of the three models at 00Z. Basically centered over the Bahamas.
No real increase in the vorticity signature was noted using the three above models. In other words, no mid level (850mb) development using the 6-21-06 00Z models. http://moe.met.fsu.edu/tcgengifs/
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