18z GFS has Hurricane Beryl making landfall just south of Galveston. Let's also take note that cyclogenesis continues to move up in time...nearing the 10 day out mark now. Still extremely long away however.
Well it sniffed Alberto out pretty far in advance. I don't think we need to look at strength or any kind of possible forecast path at this point....just the idea that maybe our next storm could be brewing in about 10 days. Gives us an area to watch (even if it drops it over the next few days).
Post by gulfbreeze on May 31, 2018 22:09:58 GMT -6
I'm starting to be a tad bit concerned about my trip to the Keys from June 9-15. I don't want to get stuck out there with a storm - wondering when I should consider canceling and rescheduling?
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The O6Z GFS pretty much shows a repeat of Alberto, basically same landfall location and intensity as Alberto.. gotta give it credit as it continues to show cyclogenesis on every run albeit landfall points go from central TX coast to the FL Pandhandle