Storm JEANNE: Observed By AF #861 Storm #11 in Atlantic Ocean1 Maximum Flight Level Winds Were 94KT (108.1mph 174.1km/h) In NW Quadrant At 1922Z Estimated Max Surface Winds 84.6KT (97.3mph 156.7km/h) * Misc Remarks: MAX FL TEMP 15C 029/018NM FROM FL CNTR. Date/Time of Recon Report: Friday, September 24, 2004 16:09:00 (Fri, 24 Sep 2004 21:09:00 GMT) Position of the center: 26° 22' N 73° 42' W (26.4°N 73.7°W) Minimum Height Measured At Standard Level Of 700mb: 2779m (Normal: 3011) Surface Winds Were Estimated At: 75KT (86.25MPH 138.9km/h) Estimated Surface Winds Were Measured 025nm (28.75miles) From Center At Bearing 026° Maximum Flight Level Winds Near Center Were 92KT (105.8mph 170.4km/h) From 114° Maximum Flight Level Winds Were Measured 033nm (37.9 miles) From Center At Bearing 030° Minimum pressure: 964mb (28.47in) Eye Wall Was Characterized As Being: CLOSED WALL Eye Form Was Characterized As Being Circular , 50nm (57.5 mi 92.6km) wide Center Fix Established Using: Penetration Radar Wind Pressure Temperature Center Fix Established At Level(s): Surface 700mb Navigational Accuracy Measured At 0.1nm Meteorological Accuracy Measured At 2nm * = Estimated Surface Winds are assumed 90% of Max Flight Level Winds
Just a notch south of the previous recon (only 3 minutes).... for all practical purposes due west.... also looks to be getting better organized on the IR loops.... also looks to be increasing in speed just a tad... I'd estimate around 13-14 mph
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