Recon just found another center jump northward(nearly half of a degree) as well as a pressure drop of 8 mb. There is no intense blob of convection firing over the center, but the core is organizing.
VORTEX DATA MESSAGE AL092011 A. 21/17:02:00Z B. 17 deg 23 min N 063 deg 33 min W C. 850 mb 1412 m D. 43 kt E. 251 deg 8 nm F. 033 deg 40 kt G. 301 deg 36 nm H. 999 mb I. 15 C / 1530 m J. 21 C / 1519 m K. NA / NA L. NA M. NA N. 1345 / 8 O. 0.02 / 3 nm P. AF300 0209A IRENE OB 17 MAX FL WIND 56 KT NE QUAD 15:44:20Z MAX FL TEMP 21 C 194 / 6 NM FROM FL CNTR
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