But those are not the main models the NHC uses. The last 30 mins it has moved maybe 2 miles to the west. those have been west most of the last 2 days the hwrf and the hmon both. In fact the Hmon had it inland the other day as well as the other. The NHC uses a lot different models for there forecast and they would have the line closer to the coast on the side of caution but it is in the cone already anyway. We shall see but do not put stock in those non global models 100%
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