To me this is more interesting than if a hurricane was headed for the US; one I'm much more relaxed, now that I don't have to worry about someone I love being in a risky weather situation. Two because how many storms to we get to observe that can go to CAT 5 status? It is just facinating to watch. Even the last two sat visuals (17:45 and 18:15 UTC) are facinating; look at the perfectly round donut shape of the tight core of clouds around the eye.
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