(Weather Guru)
Sat Sep 06 2008 02:57 PM
Re: Hanna Landfall at the SC/NC Border, Ike Going West Southwest

So, this is the third time that they found such high values for peak winds in differnt parts of the eyewall. This time it´s 123 kt in th flight level ad 121 kt at the surface. That´s really no transient feature anymore, if such high values exist over hours! Pressure is arounf 951 hPa!
And I also don´t agree about the structure of the storm. It´s quite good outflow in all quadrants. I would expect further intensification of the storm.
The best link for recon data: Recon

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