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Tropical Hurricane Sally

metwannabe

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Tiny movement I know but according to recon that's NE almost E/NE. Good thing for recon because it looks stationary on radar

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Still cannot close off the southern eyewall. That slug of dry air is probably saving the coast from a major hurricane hit.
I tell ya what, she's trying to close it off and starting to see some 110 mph velocities on radar 6k ft now. An hour ago couldn't find any over 90
 

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Man looking at satellite loop, you can see the eye clearing and heading slowly due north.
 

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Still 85 mph, pressure still dropping and moving NNE now just barely lol

9:00 PM CDT Tue Sep 15
Location: 29.7°N 87.9°W
Moving: NNE at 2 mph
Min pressure: 972 mb
Max sustained: 85 mph
That NNE movement is about right by now. That would put Mobile or little towards Fairhope area for LF.
 

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Maybe my eyes are tired but that motion looks north on the last few frames.
 

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DID SHE TAKE A JOG BACK TO THE SE???? TO ME ACCORDING TO THE RECON SHE DID.. YOU CAN EVEN SEE IT ON THE LATEST IR IMAGE
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