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Tropical Storm Eta

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2 minutes ago, the ghost of leroy said:

you know shits getting weird when you have a 35 keys level storm in November

Oh shit is getting weird all right, not just here. ;)

 

 

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31 minutes ago, Moderately Unstable said:

ESTIMATED PRESSURE/WIND CONTEST--SO FAR:

Note: Entries and edits close once the aircraft enters the storm. 

LongBeachSurfFreak: 920mb/145kt

The Ghost of Leroy: 920mb

jpeters3: 895mb

Moderately Unstable: 917mb/145kt

sojitodd: 914-917mb

Snowlover22: 890mb/155kt

Newman: 910mb/150kt

olafminesaw: 913mb/150kt

Master of Disaster: 921mb/140kt

Doc Jon: 888mb/155kt 

Will-Rutgers 925mb/140kt

OhioWX: 923mb/145kt

DDweatherman: 917mb/145kt

yotaman: 915mb/145-150kt

Floydbuster: 922mb/140kt

BYG Jacob: 913mb/145kt

That Hurricane: 904mb/160kt

CatLover014: 919mb/145kt

Orangeburgwx: 919mb/140-145kt

tiger_deF: 890mb/160kts

Normandy: 883mb/160kts

 

Note: I will be offline the next half hour to hour, will update again when I return. 

 

912mb/148kts

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Gotta love the saturation.   And that solid -80c ring brings the T number to 8.1!!!!!!!!!

2020NOV03 005017  6.2  942.1 119.8  6.2 6.3 8.1  1.3T/6hr  OFF  OFF  OFF  OFF  -6.22 -80.40  EYE      7 IR  20.0   14.22   82.52  ARCHER  GOES16 18.7 

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Just now, the ghost of leroy said:

#2 season of all time. It’s earned it. The Greek storms have really carried. 

Slow start with lower end storms, but the back end of the season has definitely produced. Western Caribbean powder keg. 

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Honestly this has probably been a Cat 5 most of the evening upon completion of whatever internal structural change earlier. I don't think that was necessarily an ERC. Perhaps the very intense bursting [all that lightning was occurring for a reason] was interrupting the eyewall. Essentially strong updraft anvils were spilling over into the eye filling it. MW never really supported any concentric feature. Now is perhaps more of a concentric pattern on the most recent radar than perhaps ever in its life cycle, but it is pretty spread away from the present core.

 

 

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Just now, Windspeed said:

Honestly this has probably been a Cat 5 most of the evening upon completion of whatever internal structural change completed. Ibdon't think that was necessarily an ERC. Perhaps the very intense bursting [all that lightning was occurring for a reason] was interrupting the eyewall. Essentially strong updraft anvils were spilling over into the eye filling it. MW never really supported any concentric feature. Now is perhaps more of a concentric pattern on the most recent radar than perhaps ever in its life cycle, but it is pretty spread away from the present core.

Just need recon to beat the ERC. Nobody should expect to wake up tomorrow morning to the present eyewall situation. Couple good passes then let this thing implode from its own wild energy. 

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