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Re: Models Mid-June W. ATL Storm
      Sat Jun 17 2017 12:24 PM

12z models:

Euro not out yet:

GFS: Weak System/Tropical Storm up into Mobile Bay with most rain well to the east.on Thursday morning.

GFS Parallel: Hurricane into Panama City Tuesday evening. Another area forms in the Bay of Campeche

Navgem: Moves west, weak area of rain in Bay of Campeche.

CMC: Landfall as a strong Tropical Storm near Pensacola Midday Wednesday

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