My thoughts: watching the west side dry up now and contract, if Fay continues EnE - south of Melbourne - she should hit gulf stream sooner than predicted and maybe 30 south of forecast point. Question is: If she runs the coast will the landmass to the west continue the breakdown of left side of her. She may go back to the view we had down by the Keys when she was NOT symmetrical.
WHat do you think?
PS... NW of Gainesville, wondering why these models keep finding a way to mess with us :-)
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