Nightmare run from 0z Euro. I'm glad I slept through it. As you can see the Euro brings the eye of Irma just a few miles east of Tallahassee. The eye really never comes fully ashore for any length of time on its way up the coast. IF THIS VERIFIES: Tallahassee would see its worst hurricane conditions in many many years. Again, EVERYTHING is predicated on this run being accurate, but if it is, I would expect us to see sustained hurricane force winds with gusts around or even over 100 mph.
European computer model thumbs its nose at GFS -- goes further west. The European model continued its relentless trending west with a terrible run for Florida's west coast. The 0z run shows landfall all the way up at Boca Grande/Englewood. The storm then passes over Tampa and gets back over the coast at Homosassa Springs before passing just east of Perry, headed through Madison County and up into Georgia. The only good news is that the storm is being weakened over Cuba.
Ok, the models have converged on the "up the spine" track, very similar to yesterday's 12z European model run. The 0z Euro (little hard to tell on this with its lo-res maps) actually looked a hair further west than its prior run. Hurricane watches and warnings now stretch from Jupiter Inlet on the East Coast, all the way down to the Keys and then around to near Tampa Bay on the west coast. Expect those to be extended northward.
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