yes, yesterday the advisories were 50 or something like that....I noticed that expanded also. Part of that could be the reformation of the eyewall, which may be related to the bottom line of the latest message:
260 URNT12 KNHC 121108 VORTEX DATA MESSAGE A. 12/1108Z B. 18 DEG 43 MIN N 81 DEG 05 MIN W C. 700 MB 2374 M D. NA E. NA F. 333 DEG 116 KT G. 229 DEG 010 NM H. 919 MB I. 10 C/ 3084 M J. 16 C/ 3083 M K. 16 C/ NA L. CLOSED M. CO 12/60 N. 12345/7 O. .1/1 NM P. AF977 2209A IVAN OB 25 MAX FL WIND 140 KT NE QUAD 0726Z. SECONDARY EYEWALL AND WIND MAX 60 NM DIA. GOOD RADAR PRESENTATION. WIND CENTER 2 NM DIA.
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