remember one thing.. most cat 5s have that sort of annular look.. doesn't make them so..
just a hurricane is at its most photogenic as a category 2 or 3.. once they start exploding and deepening they turn into mean round balls of solid screaming winds... harder to see the bands and they all look rather round. Andrew while over Miami was that way .. except for one long band which arced up to the north and swung around through the georgias and carolinas it looked like one colorful round ball on ir..
either way.. a lot to factor in tonight suddenly and we will learn from this storm for years.. but the storm has barely begun to live
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