The NHC is sticking with the original center. And, checking the lastest sats you can see it is possible that more moisture may be wrapping around that center. The one below is still firing up.
Sort of a wait and see until the planes go in tomorrow and looking forward to the data from the Gulfstream Jet.
A little confused as to why the barometer given was dropped to 29.62 from 29.65. Was that based on stronger winds or a specific reading? Or an estimated figure. I know it's old school but I like using the old way as it shows minor differences that using 1003 might now show.
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