Something that may come into play now...but is also something I also hope folks are keeping tabs on for post season analysis. Track wise, the GFS was the first to see a Florida threat in a model run a few nights ago...In it's run...it also saw the track we have seen for the last 24 hours...That run, other than the decoupling...did pretty goodon the track. The GFDL saw the same not much later, the others did not pick up on the path of the last 24 hours...but started falling into a Florida threat thereafter. Just an interesting note. Who knows, as far as track goes, those two models on those two runs may have ended up with the best long term track performance of all of Ernesto's model runs when all is said and done...
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