The GFS model is catching up to the European models - a little bit slower now there is more consensus among the models. If you watch the video that was posted on the main page earlier today, it will explain a lot. My main concern at this point is that is threading the needle (not that the Bahamas are anything like Cuba or Haiti) and there's really nothing in Matthew's way to stop him from intensifying. To be honest, I'm beginning to think (stress "I'm", lol) that this is going to be more than just a brush across the coastline; that being said - I am no meteorologist. Orlando is now under a Hurricane Warning and I only live 40 minutes from Disney. One other thing: the models began picking up on Matthew coming back for a second round earlier this morning and I thought "Are they nuts?!" but now it looks as though THAT may also be verifying. Keep safe and take care! Colleen :-)
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