Thunderbird12
(Meteorologist)
Thu Aug 31 2006 01:15 PM
Re: Could Ernesto Still Come Ashore South of Myrtle Beach?

Here is a snippet from the high res data that recently recorded 58 knots at the surface, in an area of very strong precip:

URNT40 KWBC 311650
NOAA2 2205A ERNESTO
164100 3119 07934 7095 -0010 294033 +153 +142 283058 057 020
164200 3117 07936 6944 -0014 284056 +160 +116 277060 058 044
164300 3114 07939 6789 +0025 294046 +162 +127 297052 047 009

Latest recon:

URNT12 KWBC 311654
VORTEX DATA MESSAGE
A. 31/1635Z
B. 31 DEG 33 MIN N
79 DEG 16 MIN W
C. 850 MB 1372 M
D. 40 KT
E. 045 DEG 20 NM
F. 125 DEG 52 KT
G. 040 DEG 31 NM
H. 993 MB
I. 16 C/2149 M
J. 19 C/2146 M
K. 13 C/NA
L. POORLY DEFINED
M. NA
N. 12345/8
O. 1/1 NM
P. NOAA2 2205A ERNESTO OB 20 AL052006
MAX FL WIND 54 KT S QUAD 1400Z
STRONG CONVECTION WEST OF CENTER



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