(Storm Tracker)
Tue Sep 24 2002 08:13 PM
Re: The GFDL models

Don't get me started on the GFDL. When everything else points to Lili turning north, it runs her into Central America, then on the next run it hit N FL.That model is seriously tweaked, and part of the Axis of Evil.

I have noticed while there is no convection around the center of Izzy, he is trying to pull up a band from SE. He might end up close enough to it to regain Cat1 by this time tomorrow. Anyway, the further he pulls away from the Yucatan, the more likely he tighten up a bit. With all this energy I can't see him being a dry storm when he hits.

Joe in Jax

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