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Aerial Reconnaissance for the North Atlantic in 1993

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Other basins in 1993: East & Central Pacific

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Named Storms

June 17 - June 20
Highest Flight Level Wind: 42 knots
Highest Est. Surface Wind: 35 knots
Lowest MSLP: 996 mb (extrap)
6 Missions

August 6 - August 9
Highest Flight Level Wind: 58 knots
Highest Est. Surface Wind: 50 knots
Lowest MSLP: 1002 mb (extrap)
6 Missions

August 13 - August 16
Highest Flight Level Wind: 49 knots
Highest Est. Surface Wind: 40 knots
Lowest MSLP: 1007 mb (extrap)
6 Missions

August 23 - September 1
Highest Flight Level Wind: 132 knots
Highest Est. Surface Wind: 90 knots
Lowest MSLP: 960 mb (extrap)
21 Missions

September 4 - September 8
Highest Flight Level Wind: 58 knots
Highest Est. Surface Wind: 50 knots
Lowest MSLP: 1008 mb (extrap)
5 Missions

September 19 - September 20
Highest Flight Level Wind: 101 knots
Highest Est. Surface Wind: 70 knots
Lowest MSLP: 970 mb (extrap)
4 Missions


No available data.

Suspect Areas

No available data.

Recon data on our site is raw. The raw observations will contain errors at times. The dates above represent the period over which reconnaissance took place, not the duration of the storm. The first date is the date of the first mission and the last date is the date of the last mission. All other observations noted on this archive page come solely from vortex messages, if available. Since this data is more likely to have been reviewed, we use it rather than using any other products on this summary page. It will still sometimes be erroneous. Additionally, our site will not always decode the most significant observations. If that occurs, they will not be reflected here. The highest flight level wind will usually be from the highest flight level wind remark in the remarks section, though it may come from item F, which is where the maximum inbound flight level wind is reported. The highest estimated surface wind is either from item D, the highest surface wind on the inbound leg, or from the highest surface wind remark if available. The surface wind is estimated either by SFMR or visually. The lowest mean sea level pressure (MSLP) comes from item H. If it was extrapolated, rather than measured by a dropsonde, it will be noted if it was noted as such in the vortex message.

Once a suspect area strengthens into a depression or named storm, or a depression strengthens into a named storm, we manually associate the recon that was done into that storm when it was weaker with the name of the highest level of development it achieved. (depression number or named storm)