875 URNT12 KNHC 131906 VORTEX DATA MESSAGE A. 13/18:46:40Z B. 20 deg 57 min N 084 deg 38 min W C. NA mb 2342 m D. NA kt E. deg nm F. 120 deg 157 kt G. 026 deg 016 nm H. EXTRAP 915 mb I. 8 C/ 3054 m J. 18 C/ 3051 m K. 10 C/ NA L. CLOSED M. C28 N. 12345/07 O. 0.02 / 2 nm P. AF304 WXWXA 040913IVAN OB 12 MAX FL WIND 157 KT NE QUAD 18:42:00 Z SLP EXTRAP FROM 700 MB
Well, if there's good news, it seems the pressure might have stopped dropping. Overall, his satellite presentation remains excellent. Convection appears to be refiring on the N and NW side...which had previously been supressed.
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