Quote: With this storm, all afternoon each satellite frame just looks better than the next one (better in the sense the storm looks stronger and balanced), even when you think it can't get more perfect. What an afternoon! We won't get to see anything like this again in a long time.
Looks like it may finally start to take that more northerly path, and may just skim the edge of the Yucatan instead of a direct hit, but all afternoon it's been going in a straight line, no jogs, nothing, just smooth sailing for Emily. Just thought it seemed to jog a little north...but maybe it will remain a jog.
Am I the only one who can hardly wait to see the results of the next recon?
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