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Sam Lillo
Stunning, and terrifying, how this incredible satellite presentation has been so unwavering today. I don't know what I expected, but sometimes you leave IR for a bit and come back thinking something will have changed. Nope. is a monster category 5 hurricane.
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Ryan Maue Sep 1
Replying to @splillo
Will soon begin to access the Gulf Stream. The deep warmth will be a noticable jolt. In the northern Gulf except for Michael (which was a fast mover), the slow translation speeds of storms end up mixing cooler water in their path. A few papers discuss it.
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Sam Lillo Sep 1
Replying to @RyanMaue
As long as no secondary eyewall develops, all bets are off. Need some destabilization of the inner core to make it more susceptible to the influence of dry air and shear.
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Ryan Maue Sep 1
Replying to @splillo
At this point, a shortwave would just open up a poleward exhaust channel. The size increase off the Florida coast should be Floyd like.
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WeathermanB Sep 1
Replying to @splillo @mapgirl18
Already getting huge too. Lots of rainbands on the south side. Still no signs of an ERC.
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John Planco Sep 1
Replying to @splillo @betito10034
Incredible Hurricane. One that we’ll be talking about for a lifetime. Retired 100 percent
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