TAFB will use a lot of the NCEP suite of numerical guidance (WaveWatch III, GFS, etc.) along with whatever else is available to make their forecasts. Also, their work is some of that in which human forecasters can add a lot of value to the forecasts, so you see a lot of that influence in there at times. The ECMWF has, on and off, been one of the better models globally, so I wouldn't be surprised if some of its results made it into their forecasts.
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