I believe that a sustained wind at 101mph (or was it 104?) was measured at one of those key stations around the Biscayne Bay.. a bit away from the center. AOML has been talking about downing Katrina to a 3 based on some measurements taken as it crossed the Mississippi Delta. That might irk some people as to the value of such adjustments, when the central pressure and surge were consistent with a stronger system. Of course, the recon at the time is the best gauge of what the winds were. HF 2142z07november
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