Quote: You mean the eye looks smaller or the system? Looking at that radar shot, I am simply amazed at how well organized it still looks! Almost looks as if the eastern most edge of the eyewall is over water, but that could be my eyes. I still think it will be close to exiting the coast earlier than thought, if only because it did not cross wnw as predicted earlier. The less land it has to go over, the less disrupted it is....but even so, for the amount of time it HAS spent on land, I'm truly amazed that it hasn't fallen apart. Of course, there aren't really any high mountains in that area, so that could be one reason. Thanks for the link...awesome radar shot!
The circ is getting smaller. In fact it's updated again and it's smaller yet. I have been watching it since 4:30 and it took a jog north but hasn't done much since. It you play the loop and really slow it down you can see it better.
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