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8 minutes ago, MN Transplant said:

Eastern eyewall is cranking

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Southern eyewall is cranking too on the Charleston radar. So impressive to watch last second intensification take place. 

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could have been me (if it was 2022) 

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1 minute ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Holy crap. 

Really curious to see the pressure on that last center fix. But the FL wind they just went through on the eastern side is almost hard to believe. Very likely not down to the surface yet of course. 

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1 minute ago, Kmlwx said:

Really curious to see the pressure on that last center fix. But the FL wind they just went through on the eastern side is almost hard to believe. Very likely not down to the surface yet of course. 

SFMR was 85mph but you don't need much to know that the trend is clear. That kind of wind off the deck is big time.

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Just now, Maestrobjwa said:

What?

Recon flew through enhanced flight level winds of over 100kts. Not at the surface at the moment - but it's stronger again on this pass. Would have been nice to have two planes in there. 

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3 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Up to 85mph in a special statement. With those FL winds, it might be able to go higher before landfall. 

nice.. strengthening storms tend to perform+ 

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3 minutes ago, Kmlwx said:

Ian bullish means we are all in for a treat normally. 

I've been wobbling more than a trochoidal loop

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2 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

One other thing to just keep an eye on: the recon fix was to a good bit NE too. Could be a wobble, but if that motion holds that could have downstream impacts. 

I thought it seemed a little more NE on radar too

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1 minute ago, WxWatcher007 said:

One other thing to just keep an eye on: the recon fix was to a good bit NE too. Could be a wobble, but if that motion holds that could have downstream impacts. 

Such as? (wondering if further NE would mean fewer impacts, but...perhaps that would also mean more time over water?)

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Just now, Maestrobjwa said:

Such as? (wondering if further NE would mean fewer impacts, but...perhaps that would also mean more time over water?)

I would think that wouldn't matter in our case. Further jogs East, the rain and wind go with it. 

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1 minute ago, jewell2188 said:

I would think that wouldn't matter in our case. Further jogs East, the rain and wind go with it. 

Wind maybe... heavy rain would still be there 

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Just now, Maestrobjwa said:

Such as? (wondering if further NE would mean fewer impacts, but...perhaps that would also mean more time over water?)

Probably a balance. More time over water so it can continue to strengthen but it may move the rain axis a bit. All really speculative at this point, it might not mean nothing at the end of the day. These things are known to wobble. 

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1 minute ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Probably a balance. More time over water so it can continue to strengthen but it may move the rain axis a bit. All really speculative at this point, it might not mean nothing at the end of the day. These things are known to wobble. 

We'll see how the motion looks over the next few hours. What's the best practice? Isn't it like 3 or 4 hours average motion? 

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