0Z GFS Run for tonight, trend a bit west again (at least in the near term)
Wednesday midday over long island in the Bahamas Thursday morning, over Andros island in the Bahamas Thursday afternoon near Bimini Late Thursday night, Just east of West Palm Beach, western edge of eyewall over land. Friday morning, landfall (or razor thin close) cape Canaveral Rides up along coast, starts turning away to the north within Flagler county. Moves even further away from land /Georgia on Saturday morning moving NE. Turns back Southeast, then south, starts heading back to Central Bahamas by Oct 11th (This is getting absurd) Over Nassau on morning of October 12th. Over Andros island late October 12th Nearing the Florida keys late October 13th Rapidly moves back north Oct 14th Rakes Florida east coast... again late October 14th. Starts moving out to sea? October 15th.
The most interesting (and absurd) model run I've ever seen, it keeps it a major hurricane the entire run.
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