Ron Basso
(Storm Tracker)
Fri Aug 12 2005 01:21 PM
Re: try this floater.. can see the eye like feature well

I don't think that's an eye..just an opening in the cloud shield of the CDO. I notice alot of discussion about movement and which way the center is moving. If u look at the overall cloud shield its pushing toward the west which implies some easterly shear. It may very well be following NHC's track, but I can't tell off the vis SAT. There is still not a well defined center - is it tucked underneath the recent blow-up of convection on the south side? - if so, it's already west of the NHC position. In all honesty, this is all speculation until recon gets a fix on the LLC. It does look to be slowing down a bit whether its W-NW or NW.

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