(Verified CFHC User)
Sun Oct 30 2005 09:39 AM
Re: Beta making Landfall at 7AM EST

Yeah, I agree on how the tops significantly warmed just prior to landfall. There were only oranges and yellows... but the sat. images overnight had it looking wilma-esque.

I have a question. Is it a fairly rare event to have a trop. cyclone form between panama and nicaragua?? It kinda seems a little weird to have one form there.

By the way, 92L looks a lot more convective approaching the antilles. It seems to have reformed more to the west and it looks much better on floater 2.

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