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  1. Eyewall replacement clearly showing up on IR now.
  2. Looks like they're probably gravity waves to me (assuming we're looking at the same thing).
  3. As it stands right now, the 1.25 days with an intensity of 155 kt+ ties the NAtl record first set by Allen '80, although Allen did it in three separate stints while Irma has done it in one. Globally going back to 1970, only Angela '95, Meranti '16, Chaba '04, and Haiyan '13 have maintained for longer, with the former two netting 1.75 days and the latter two 1.5. Irma is in some rare company.
  4. According to HGX, it looks like the Brazos and Colorado Rivers overwhelmed the San Bernard River and joined together via that drainage. This is the first time this has happened since December 1913 I believe.
  5. I wonder what the longest tracking TC tornado is. I'm pretty sure the strongest is a (possibly liberally rated) F4 from Hurricane Carla on Galveston Island.
  6. Deep CC drop is exactly co-located with a reflectivity max, meaning debris ball.
  7. Wow, that doesn't look like your typical weaker tropical cyclone induced tornado.
  8. Looks like a MCV has developed over Jefferson County, focusing rains there. It shows up really clearly on KDP. Not good at all.
  9. Clear Creek at I-45 has crossed 40".
  10. Yeah, RAP also appears to be handling the current situation alright. Hopefully it ends up verifying better. HRRR was doing great earlier in the event, but it's struggling now.
  11. 3 km NAM for those who want to see it: http://imgur.com/9Lo2a9B
  12. I think you probably mean HGX, since I know they're over 100. I don't think CRP has been issuing as many. I also can't help but wonder how many actual touchdowns will go unconfirmed/unsurveyed just because of the flooding.
  13. It looks to me like the gauge at Grant Rd hit the top of its operating range yesterday. I've been watching this gauge closely since it's just upstream of my family.
  14. For sure. If you just took a quick peek at IR, you wouldn't know the developing band in the Houston area was even there. Basically everything is happening below freezing level as far as rain processes are concerned.
  15. Here is what the dry punch looks like on the 12Z KCRP sounding.