0Z EURO Overnight : Late tonight just west of Long Island in the Bahamas, Late Tomorrow Between Grand Bahama and Ft. Lauderdale, rides up or just in coast until Friday Night to Jacksonville, Moves away from shore, then back east of South Carolina to start a big loop Tuesday night it's approaching the Northern Bahamas from the east (moving southwest) where the run ends.
6Z GFS slight shift west near or over Nassau Midday tomorrow, Very close to west palm Beach Friday Morning, landfall? or razor close on Cape Canaveral midday Friday, Over Daytona Beach Friday Afternoon, Just offshore Jacksonville early Saturday morning, Sharp loop east by midday Saturday, Between Grand Bahama and West Palm Beach (again) on Tuesday Night Rides southwest just offshore the Florida coast to Marathon through Thursday morning of next week. Then rides back up toward Miami and then turns east back over Grand Bahama then Abaco Island, and finally out to sea.
These really odd runs with loops are extremely troubling beyond the short term. Florida's hurricane drought is very OVER. (Hermine and this)
0Z GFDL Landfall West Palm Beach midday Friday,r ides just inland up the coast of Florida, exiting near St. Augustine Saturday morning. 6Z HWRF still east of the coast, but closer than earlier runs.
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