.12Z GFS never goes due west.. stays on more of a WNW or 285-290dg path thru 96hrs.A good 60 mile jump to the NE by Monday night on the GFS compared to its 0z and 6z.. instead of landfall near WPB.. it looks like it may hug the coast then stay near Melbourne and the Cape or come inland then head north and exit near Daytona by day 5. We'll have to see what the Euro does
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