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  1. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    Eye is just coming onshore. I would say we have landfall.
  2. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    Recon are still in 918mb recorded. Cat 4 winds in all quads. I counted as many as 45 readings at 100kts it higher. Just 1 reading would normally indicate a boarderline major hurricane. Hurricane winds across a diameter of 150miles with cat 2-3 winds over 50-60 miles
  3. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    Seems mundane but this is a totally insane run of flight winds. Massive massive area with winds of 100kts and above.
  4. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    He’s getting close to landfall def turn end.
  5. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    919.9mb pressure just recorded. Seems a little low but.
  6. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    Second plane and just gone theu and recorded sub 930 pressure. Also 144 kt flight winds in the se quad. So a raise to 130kts might be on the cards.
  7. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    daylight pic. IR shows some warming of cloud tops to the ne, due to land interaction.
  8. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    926mb is an incredible pressure, but its worth bearing in mind that lots of recon hasn't found even high end cat 4 yet. I honest don't think there is time for cat 5. Still lots of lots of problems though.
  9. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

  10. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    yep official update to 125kts. i would say noway for an erc, he doesnt seem interested. IR shows he is still strengthening, another dose of cloud towers are working back round the eye again. One factor might be the choking affect as Michael moves towards sure, we are already seeing it a bit imo, drier slots appearing as inflow and outflow are curtailed. still 130kts seems likely. and pressure of 925mb or so at landfall.
  11. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    Sustained 50kts winds clearly onshore hurricane sustained are just coming onshore now. Many many miles away from the centre.
  12. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    Raw dvorak has increased to 7.4 showing that the system is still strongly intensifying. This is the highest dvorak of the year and equates to a mid cat 5. Banding and ring analysis on ir is incredible Winds are not at this yet. NOAA are just doing another pass.
  13. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    931.7mb just recorded on a centre fix. 125kts surface winds. so 130kts look possible/likely at landfall, particularly with pressure still dropping and strengthening
  14. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    pressure 934mb just recorded
  15. Iceberg

    Hurricane Michael

    pressure of 938 just recorded
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