Quote: Its going to be interesting to follow the data that comes from moored bouy 42056 in the Yucatan Basin area of the West Caribbean over the next 24 hours. Emily should come very close to its postion I believe....Weatherchef...
42057 is adrift and from the data it looks like Emily went by her last night. No impressive readings; the SW side of the storm wasn't very strong at that time.
42056 is at 20N 85W. By the time Emily gets to 85W she is probably not going to be any further north than 19.3N.
So how many miles in 0.7 lat? I don't think the inner core of strong winds will make it close enough to the buoy to see any readings like the ones of the Dauphin Island buoy last year before IVAN hit.
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