Quote: I wonder what the NHC is going to strengthen it to...in terms of mph.
AT 14/0108Z...908 PM AST...A UNITED STATES AIR FORCE RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT MEASURED PEAK 850 MB FLIGHT LEVEL WINDS OF 79 KTS...WHICH CORRESPONDS TO ABOUT 63 KT...OR 73 MPH...AT THE SURFACE....WHICH IS ON THE THRESHOLD OF HURRICANE FORCE. ADDITIONALLY...ADJUSTMENT OF A DROPSONDE WIND PROFILE TO THE SURFACE INDICATES SURFACE WINDS OF ABOUT 80 KT...OR ABOUT 92 MPH. THIS INTENSITY INCREASE WILL BE REFLECTED IN THE ADVISORY TO BE ISSUED BY 11 PM AST...0300Z.
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