000 URNT12 KNHC 131747 VORTEX DATA MESSAGE A. 13/1747Z B. 20 DEG 53 MIN N 84 DEG 41 MIN W C. 700 MB 2305 M D. 60 KT E. 321 DEG 86 NM F. 031 DEG 136 KT G. 296 DEG 010 NM H. 912 MB I. 11 C/ 3056 M J. 20 C/ 3079 M K. 17 C/ NA L. CLOSED WALL M. C25 N. 12345/07 O. 0.1/1 NM P. AF980 3109A IVAN OB 06 MAX FL WIND 136 KT NW QUAD 1744Z
The pressure continues to drop. This vortex message comes from the NW quadrant...higher winds will likely be found in the NE quadrant....watch for that next vortex message....Ivan looks to be strengthening more.. The eye has opened completely and the storm is getting more symmetrical. As for movement....I see a sustained NW-NNW motion for several hours now....can't be considered a wobble any longer. I am starting to get more concerned as to a much further eastward strike than what the NHC is currently forecasting. Not to be alarmist...all of Florida needs to keep in close touch with future updates.
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