It has been my experience and that is limited, that all the guidance models that come out and name a Florida landfall at the beginning of a system, the guidance usually moves to the right or the left of the original model runs. I have pretty much adopted the thought that if Florida is named first it is not likely to experience the storm system. However, the more toward Florida the storm is, the more likely some Florida involvement will take place. The guidance in this 97l storm is interesting to watch. By the time it gets to a landfall it could very well be in east Texas and they need the rain very badly.
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
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