Quote: Euro is getting interpreted by Tropical Tidbits. Looks like a shift west.
It's tougher to compare using many of the model plots I've found so far, as you have to use the old "mouse cursor eyeball" method to spot where the "center" of the storm would be, and since the 12Z Euro spots things "in between" the 0Z Euro run steps, but I think it's mostly west and northward from the previous 0Z run.
I took my best guess for where I'd mark the center for the 0Z run's 0Z Wed location, and then looked at the 12Z run's 12Z Tues and 12Z Wed locations, linear interpolated between those two points (though definitely unlikely to be linear - if I'd have model coordinates from data I could have done a spline or other interpolation), and the difference I see is the 12Z model puts the predicted 0Z Wed spot about 85km NNW from the previous run, which places it closer to Melbourne.
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