Still have a long way to go - at almost 200 hours out, anything can happen in the models. As mentioned, it's best to pay attention to the general trend of the models rather than single runs...especially when we are many days away from potential CONUS impacts
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Are we going to pretend these new ICON, Canadian, and GFS-Legacy runs don’t exist?
The ICON is concerning because it absolutely nailed Barry, even early on. Of course that doesn't mean it's going to be right this time. The CMC is garbage, always has been. GFS Legacy......that one I have no idea.
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Doesn't the size of the storm or the wind field factor in to the pressure / wind speed? i.e. a smaller storm can have stronger winds at higher pressure than a larger storm? Or am getting this confused with another variable?