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  1. mob1

    Major Hurricane Humberto

    Recon now finding borderline category 4 winds with an unflagged SFMR of 114 knots and flight level winds of over 120 knots. Pretty incredible given its satellite appearance.
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    Major Hurricane Humberto

    While some of the higher elevation observation sites always come in with high numbers, the 100.5 knot reading at the airport is pretty crazy considering they're at the southernmost edge of the storm (though there's a discrepancy between IR and radar as to exactly how close Humberto was to Bermuda at its closest approach)
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    Still has amazing structure
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    https://mobile.twitter.com/wxbrad/status/1169970766529662976?ref_src=twsrc^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed|twterm^1169970766529662976&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fstorm2k.org%2Fphpbb2%2FEmbedTweet.html%231169970766529662976
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    It looks like the storm surge for the far eastern cape is near historic levels, I'll wait for the official numbers to come in.
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    https://mobile.twitter.com/dillonhuffmantv/status/1169937205269270528
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    That's pretty impressive, pressure still pretty steady and both flight level winds and unflagged SFMRs are higher than I thought.
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    Does anyone have a link to see between hourly observations? I'm curious as to what the highest gust and minimum pressure readings are but the hourly observations doesn't always capture it.
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    Probably but the Cape Lookout observation station recorded a gust of 95 mph earlier and those winds probably were confined to the heavy radar returns juuuuust east or SE of the center. Minimum pressure recorded so far at Cape Hatteras is 960.7 mb but that was with winds still gusting close to 70 mph. They'll probably bottom out below 960 soon.
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    An official landfall is if the center of the eye (i.e., area of lowest pressure) is over land. Just being in the clear area of the eyewall doesn't count.
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    Check out this live webcam from the western eyewall (got it from Storm2K), obviously time sensitive but they're in the western eyewall now and conditions are intense. https://ocracokeharborinn.com/webcams/
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    Cape Hatteras is reporting gusts to 70 MPH in their latest observation, they'll probably top out near 80 in the next 30 minutes or so.
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    Dorian Observations

    There's a video on Twitter of that tornado and it looked really big. I'm surprised at the size of tornados Dorian has generated, at least 3 of then looked like wedge tornadoes. https://mobile.twitter.com/gg_barnes/status/1169708150007717889
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    Category Five Hurricane Dorian

    88 Knots at the surface in the SW Quadrant on the last recon pass. I'm not sure if it was flagged or not but there were a few readings in the mid to upper 80's.
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    Dorian Observations

    These feeder bands coming ashore in NC have some really impressive rotation.
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