Actually Hanna is quite disorganized... her center is on the NW edge of the T.Storms. Hard to pinpoint exactly where unless we had recon in there now. If Hanna stays weak thru tonight and makes it more WSW past 75dg by tomorrow afternoon, Florida will have a very good chance of getting a hurricane by Thurs or Friday. If Hanna finds its way into the T-Storm complex and it gets stronger tonight into the morning, then she may go along with the GFDL-HRW models. Tonight into tomorrow could tell us Floridas fate,and which model had the best handle on this.
(Post moved to the appropriate Forum - no models currently bring a hurricane into Florida. They may eventually or they may not, but right now this is the better place to discuss any possibilities.)
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