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Re: Major Hurricane John Setting Sights on Baja - Several top models shift hard right
      Sun Sep 03 2006 03:37 AM

models have again shifted (flip-flopped) well to the right (north and north-northeast) of ofci -- think nhc will have their hands forced if just one more run comes in with several models showing an intact closed low crossing into arizona.

(The above models plotted on wunderground include the gfs(avn), ukmet, bam medium, nogaps & gfdl. )

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* Major Hurricane John Setting Sights on Baja - Several top models shift hard right cieldumort Sun Sep 03 2006 03:37 AM
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