did some quick check... cloud tops int that burst got cold as -85 to -90... and are around -85 now.... Hugh- avn is down on GOM... floater one is working though. i think the shear is starting to push back in... I didn't buy into the GOM water temps and depth being that bad... look what happpend with that..... we got a very nice blow up... i think if there was no shear... we could have a very strong TS on our hands heading into a region that hasn't seen a landfalling TS in a long time.....
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