Mon Sep 27 2004 06:05 AM
Re: Jeanne Radar

For those of you that are Still wondering where Jeanne is going.
As of 2:10AM EDT, The western edge of Jeanne has crossed into Bay, Washington and Jackson Counties in the FL Panhandle.
By rough calculation, the western edge has moved westward about 22 miles in 2:20. Or about 10mph.
The northern edge of Jeanne has moved in to Dooly, Pulaski, and Dodge Counties in GA. The northern edge moved northward around 18 miles in the same time frame.

This link may help you out. It's the Nexrad at Panama City/ Eglin AFB, FL. Just loop the 0.5 BASE REFLECTIVITY product.
*warning it's very wide**

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