Based on radar she is tracking a bit further east then projected and still might miss a NC landfall if this motion continues. Hard to tell due to the distance/curve of the earth effect, but core (on radar) doesn't appear solid. Outflow to the south is all but gone based on water vapor images. Buoy #41013 is 80 miles NW from the Irene's eye and shows peak winds of 65 mph, pressure is down to 29.1" from a high of 29.9". Stay safe folks!
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