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Video of recon flight into Felix
      #78111 - Sun Sep 09 2007 01:39 AM

OH YEAH... BY THE WAY.... EVER SEEN THE INSIDE OF A HURRICANE AT NIGHT???? NOW YOU CAN THANKS TO RandyB.... HE'S A DROPSONDE TECH WITH AF....

THESE ARE SOME COOOOOL SHOTS OF FELIX!!!

Felix eye at night!! WITH MOON!!
(check out lightning in the upper left... in the eyewall!!!!

ENJOY
**VIDEO of flight into eye**
2am in the morning of flying into the hurricane felix...when felix was at his lowest pressure... right after NOAA3 had to abort the mission... quote from AF member "Felix continued to intensify as we flew it. The pressure dropped from 936 mb on our first pass to 931 by our second pass and our sonde didn't quite the center so the pressure was probably a bit lower than that. It's tough to nail it when the eye is so small.The eye was probably the best eye I have ever seen in a storm. Perfectly round, beautiful stadium effect. I didn't think we'd see much in the dark but the moon was just over the top of the eyewall cloud and there was more lightning then I have ever seen in a hurricane. "

**mods can move this to the correct forum...***


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www.Stormhunter7.com ***see my flight into Hurricane Ike ***
Wx Data: KFLPANAM23 / CW8771
2012== 23/10/9/5 sys/strms/hurr/majh



Edited by Clark (Sun Sep 09 2007 03:00 AM)


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