I'll post this attachment again. It's a basic Vortex Recon Decoder I've whipped up (for Frances, go figure I'd still need it). It tries to translate the basic Recon report into plain English for us regular peoples. Here's the basics for how to use it:
Save the attachment as a .HTML file. (Such as decode.html). Open the file with your regular web browser. Click the link above the box on the page to load the most recent Vortex Recon report. Copy and paste the full recon report from that page into the box. Click the Decode button.
I'm working on more improvements as we speak, but for now can help. Keep in mind my decoder ignores the overall max winds reported in the vortex report, and only decodes what the flight level inbound data line says. I'm working on it, and hopefully will get an easier one out the door soon. (Trying to streamline it to allow for supplemental decodes and all as well....)
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