the large coc is filling in, which makes the actual true coc more visible..the storm is moving at 2 mph, but the models 18Z run all take Fay along the coast of the panhandle, some as a strong tropical storm, others as a depression....then it stalls...lots of rain no matter what it does
Fay seems to be just due west of Daytona..a west motion will keep it in the gulf longer, and risk intensification
-------------------- Erin 95 , Opal 95, Ivan 04, Dennis 05, and that's enough!!!!
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