Quote: It's odd to see such a sharp and concentric presentation of an eye feature in the IR (not a coincident of cloud motion) presentation and than have the vortex message say INNER EYEWALL RAGGED AND OPEN S-E...
The vortex was at 01:44 and the last IR frame I'm viewing is at 01:45. I would say the eyewall is open W-E, if at all... although I think it looks like it's just not as high cloudtops. Guess that's why they fly the planes.
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