12Z GFS handles LAURA better after 12 hours.. first 12 though I feel is displaced SW where the NHC has her.. but I think it's more NE of there.. we will see as the afternoon and evening come along with the next recon.. wish it was in there earlier. GFS thus takes Laura near Key West and Dry Tortugas as a stronger Tropical Storm.. but if it does stay more offshore Cuba.. Laura has the potential to get a hurricane...but again.. any deviation to the south will keep this weak thru Cuba. 12Z Euro and HWRF will be interesting.
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