looks like to me Edouard took a beating this evening.... the center looks to have MOVED WAY to the west? (A BIG JUMP???) it was moving at 5mph in the 11pm adv. but looking at the sats... i think it gone more than 25 miles this evening? Shortwave
Recon is about to the "center area" and we should no soon.... it almost looks like the low spunn its self up and then shot to the west some? north of all the deep convection. Clearly the center looks exposed on sats.
UPDATE: Based on recon data comin in... looks to me the center went about 85miles to the wsw of the 00Z position? near 28.03N 89.57W with pressure of 1006mb? will see in a little bit
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