Latest GFS brings Fay ashore earlier than the NHC forecasted ( late tonight ) and moves Fay from near my forecast points of Titusville-Daytona west and coming off the west coast near Pasco-Hernando County (30-50miles north of Tampa) later tomorrow afternoon-evening. Tropical Storm warnings might go into affect later tonight for the west coast of florida if this does happen, afterall its only 12-18hrs before it moves back onshore again and less than 36hrs (from this post) till it enters the GOM. Also tomorrow Hurricane Watches could go up from Cedar Key-Panama City. The GFS has been consistant and that along with the ECMWF, UKMET, and even the GFDL (somewhat is coming along). Still it has 18-24hrs to make it alittle bit more east before it gets pulled back west.
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