Quote: Well both the GFS and CMC have the low in the 12z runs. The CMC, however is much faster in moving the low westard over the peninsula of FL-crossing in about 84 hours..the GFS doesn't move the low over FL until about six days out. Hopefully we'll see a more consistant run at 18 or 0z
Timing is everything (mainly because I'm going on vacation next week haha )
Add the 12Z NOGAPs and the 12Z NAM to the mix. The NOGAPs bring the Bahamas system west across the peninsula as an open wave and eventually develops a LLC that travels into the northern GOM near NO. The NAM is slower and develops a 1,012 mb low east of the peninsula and moves it generally W-NW toward the east coast in 84 hrs.
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