Fri Sep 12 2008 12:16 AM
Uhh Ohh

Latest dropsonde from the Max Wind Band. Don't know if it's enough to bring Ike to a Cat 3 or not.
Looks like it might.

Significant Wind Levels...
Level Wind Direction Wind Speed
981mb (Surface) 100° (from the E) 95 knots (109 mph)
972mb 100° (from the E) 98 knots (113 mph)
958mb 100° (from the E) 94 knots (108 mph)
949mb 100° (from the E) 105 knots (121 mph)
943mb 100° (from the E) 103 knots (119 mph)
929mb 110° (from the ESE) 111 knots (128 mph)
919mb 110° (from the ESE) 108 knots (124 mph)
901mb 115° (from the ESE) 111 knots (128 mph)
877mb 120° (from the ESE) 104 knots (120 mph)
867mb 120° (from the ESE) 110 knots (127 mph)
850mb 125° (from the SE) 111 knots (128 mph)
696mb 135° (from the SE) 94 knots (108 mph)

HDOB Extrapolated pressure in Center 951.7 mb(~ 28.10 inHg)

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