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NOAA Satellites Apr 19
After conducting a post-storm analysis, determined that Hurricane 's estimated intensity at landfall was 160 mph, making it only the fourth Cat. 5 hurricane on record to make landfall in the U.S. More:
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Corey Simma Apr 19
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Josh Morgerman Apr 19
My whole life I wanted to get a complete, high-quality pressure trace going through the eye of a Cat-5 . Today I found out I did. The NHC has released their official report, & they've posthumously upgraded it to Cat 5—making it only the 4th in American history.
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Africell Uganda 11m
Replying to @emmapeam42 @KatRay9
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Philippe Papin Apr 19
Really impressed by the detail in 's TCR on Hurricane released today. A few excerpts that supported upgrading Michael to a 140 kt Cat 5 hurricane at landfall (key text highlighted). 1) Previously missing SFMR ob. at 1707 UTC recorded a 152kt sfc wind.
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Tevin Wooten Apr 19
BREAKING—per analysis, Hurricane Michael upgraded to Category 5. is now the first hurricane to make landfall in the United States as a category 5 since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
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Ed Bloodsworth Apr 20
WEATHER QUESTION: Hurricane was upgraded to a Category 5 yesterday. That is the subject of today's weather question.
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NWS New Orleans Apr 19
*Breaking* The official report on Hurricane has been released. Offiically a category 5 at landfall in Florida last October.
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Sanya Soomro Apr 18
Team or 😫
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Dr. Rick Knabb Apr 20
Post-event determination of intensity (and wind category) is not based on relating damage to wind speed as with tornadoes. It’s solely based on preponderance of evidence among all available wind data. No one could determine the 5 mph change in based on damage.
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Karen 3h
SPECIAL NEEDS: HEARTWORM POSITIVE Michael is a shy sensitive boy. This boy needs a rescue to pull him to get medical treatment and a foster home to recuperate. If you would like to help, please e-mail citydogs@city.cleveland.oh.us
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AccuWeather Apr 19
Hurricane is now the fourth Category 5 hurricane to make landfall on the mainland U.S. in recorded history:
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Gwen Graham Apr 19
Hurricane was a Cat 5 storm. Anyone who has seen the devastation already knew. OKAY Federal and State officials, it is past time to provide the disaster declaration and resources the communities in North Florida should receive. NO MORE WORDS. GET IT DONE.
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Send Relief 3h
Countless volunteers helped to bring healing and hope to communities after hurricanes and . Thank the Lord today for those who tirelessly served.
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Matthew Cappucci Apr 19
BREAKING: , the hurricane that decimated parts of the Panhandle in October, has been upgraded to a Category 5. Here’s a piece I wrote in October discussing wind signatures I thought would result in an upgrade:
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Steve Bowen Apr 19
Updated map of U.S. mainland hurricane landfalls (1900-2018). Now includes as the fourth Category 5 landfall on record.
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Josh Morgerman Apr 20
Cat5 nerdout: I decided to make landfall map of . Radar track(blue) & radar eye(brown) from my analysis; W extent of RMW(red) from my damage survey; E extent of RMW from NHC report; data(black) from NHC report; red points= data cited in main text of NHC report.
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Andrew Hagen Apr 19
Replying to @AndrewHagen
In my first ever TCR co-authorship, we upgraded to a at landfall
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Alex Lamers Apr 19
1. Hurricane post-storm report has been published by NHC. The big headline, of course, is that it has been upgraded to Category 5 at landfall near Panama City, Florida. But there are other interesting details in the report.
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Eric Blake 🌀 Apr 19
I’m just quoting this tweet because of the stunning 30-second GOES-16 data- that will be the hurricane loop of record for quite some time I think...
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