The 12Z Experimental FIM really winds Sandy up. Looks to be a hybrid after crossing Cuba, skirts the Bahamas with 25 to 30 mph sustained winds along the southern half of the Florida Atlantic Coast, moves NE and then bombogenesis begins north of 30 degrees North latitude.
I think I saw a 925 to 930mb level at 336 hours, or Nov 5th.
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