don't look like it.....two things could be fixing to happen. one...the current eyewall replacement is going on and inner eyewall is about to collaspe and could bring back a bigger still storm this aftternoon...one wall is at 15m wide....while other is a 30m....the stronger one....so cat 5 again and higher winds...and very low pressure...maybe around 900mb....is possible now....... and # two...he's about to start a more north movement... speaking of recon.....new one
URNT12 KNHC 121620 VORTEX DATA MESSAGE A. 12/1620Z B. 19 DEG 01 MIN N 81 DEG 50 MIN W C. 700 MB 2408 M D. 080 KT E. 217 DEG 012 NM F. 132 DEG 122 KT G. 045 DEG 027 NM H. 922 MB I. 9 C/ 3056 M J. 16 C/ 3048 M K. 16 C/ NA L. CLOSED WALL M. C15-30 N. 12345/7 O. 0.1/ 2 NM P. AF866 2409A IVAN OB 13 MAX FL WIND 131 KT NW QUAD 1428Z.
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