Quote: The out of line with the others GFDL has shifted back WEST to the point of coming up the bottom of Florida EAST of Tampa and then up the west coast of Floirda.Of note the gfdl HAS DONE THIS many times in the past being off from the other major models only to fall back in line over time.The NHC has shifted a little more east again.
Also of NOTE the GFDL the only way the track were to hold the system would have to go over the entire land mass of Hispanola and hati dropping below Hurricane force.In fact right now the system is west of the next track point of the GDFL.
] Is this storm consistent with any of the models yet? It is impressive in size and the track that is on the left of the page here keeps getting further to the north I have noticed.
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