Quote: A real problem there for NHC on their 5 day cone if they upgrade it tomorrow. Going to be a long night there.
Looking very good on all floaters, real twist, swirling... has to have a closed center now.
We'll see soon but what will that cone look like?
we will have a good idea in a hr or so.. NOAA43 is inbound now from about 18.45N 61.07W at 14800ft... based on flight path so far and data... they have dropped two GPS dropsonds on the outer area of the invest... from 14kft... one GPS took 5 mins to hit the water... got what looks like real good data. the 06z runs and or 12z model runs should have the data in it.
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