tolakram wrote:6Z GFS vorticity: http://moe.met.fsu.edu/cgi-bin/gfstc2.c ... =Animation
GFS drops it because it keeps the vorticity over land. Euro keeps it over water but does not develop it, however it still has the rubberband solution which brings the vorticity back into the Gulf at the end of the run. IMO if the GFS is wrong about the track, or the track was wrong due to lack of data, then it will probably develop it again in future runs.
Totally agree. Once again the Euro has the right handle on the situation.