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Satellite and aircraft fixes show that Matthew is still moving
toward the northwest or 325 degrees at 11 kt. The steering flow has
not changed, and Matthew should continue to move around the western
periphery of the subtropical ridge located over the western Atlantic
during the next 24 to 36 hours. This portion of the NHC forecast is
very close to the multi-model consensus. After that time, the
hurricane will become embedded within the mid-latitude westerlies
and should turn sharply eastward for a day or so.
Forecast positions and Max winds
Init 06/2100z 26.2n 78.6w 120 kt 140 mph
12h 07/0600z 27.6n 79.9w 115 kt 130 mph
24h 07/1800z 29.6n 81.0w 110 kt 125 mph
36h 08/0600z 31.2n 81.0w 95 kt 110 mph
48h 08/1800z 32.1n 80.0w 80 kt 90 mph
72h 09/1800z 31.5n 76.5w 60 kt 70 mph
96h 10/1800z 29.0n 76.5w 50 kt 60 mph
120h 11/1800z 27.5n 77.5w 40 kt 45 mph
a reply to: TrueAmerican
OMG, this guy's lost it:
originally posted by: antar
a reply to: wasobservingquietly
This is my sons response to my tears, pleading and worry...
Just not worried at all..
Needless to say I am pissed, tired and stressed!