still bothers me just a bit that the strongest qt/quad of this storm always seems the SW corner and usually in such a beautiful shaped cat 4 you don't see that and if anything the NE one seems strongest... something about the way it looks on IR color on NRL makes me wonder why this storm does that.
Also..had a great site last year cannot find, here somewhere I suppose.. From Noaa Hrd... was a daily update of the recon missions (not technical) for research issues and tons and tons of pictures posted from the flights.. I passed it around even, does anyone know what I'm talking about? Told what data was collected, who was on the flights and what guests if any were on and showed pics very quickly from the flights and talked about future flights.. not the one with the actual data being sent. If you know what I mean.. please please post it, thanks
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