000 URNT12 KNHC 310926 VORTEX DATA MESSAGE A. 31/09:18:00Z B. 29 deg 56 min N 080 deg 09 min W C. 850 mb 1408 m D. NA kt E. NA deg nm F. 223 deg 050 kt G. 124 deg 049 nm H. 998 mb I. 17 C/ 1522 m J. 18 C/ 1523 m K. 18 C/ NA L. OPEN NNW-NE M. C25 N. 12345/ 8 O. 0.02 / 3 nm P. AF303 2105A ERNESTO OB 17 MAX FL WIND 50 KT SE QUAD 09:02:50 Z RAGGED INNER EYEWALL,C8, FORMING IN THE WESTERN EDGE OF LARGER EYE
The inner core would seem to be trying to consolidate and organise. Although relatively close to land he will be moving further away for a bit before approaching the coast once more. He could become stronger, ad i think we'll see a strong TS at landfall: 65-70 mph.
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