Friday, August 28th, 2015 12:39 GMT

Aerial Reconnaissance in the North Atlantic Basin

Map updated with new data on August 28, 2015 12:37 Z. Map has aircraft positions within last thirty minutes.   Map: Large | None


Atlantic recon in the last thirty minutes...

United States Air Force

Miss.
#10

Erika (05L) - AF303

High Density (8), Vortex (8), Dropsonde (18), Recco (1)

Geopotential Height: 1,603 meters (5,259 feet)
Static Air Pressure: 842.8 mb
Location: 160 statue miles (257 km) to the SSW (202°) from San Juan, Puerto Rico (USA).
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Miss.
#09

Erika (05L) - NOAA3

High Density (6), Recco (1), Radar (2)

Geopotential Height: 7,793 meters (25,568 feet)
Static Air Pressure: 391.2 mb
Location: 20 statue miles (33 km) to the NE (43°) from Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

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System Status: Updating every minute. (summary)

15 product files are currently monitored in this basin.

Last check for data: Friday, August 28, 2015 12:39 Z

A check of the NHC's recon archive also occurs as needed.


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