Radar Snapshots Of Hurricane Irene.

Here Are A Series Of GRLevel2-AE (Analyst) Radar
Snapshots Of Hurricane Irene. The Red X Marks The
Approximate Location Of Her Eye.

Click On The Maps To Enlarge Them.
#1 Hurricane Irene at 6:29 PM MDT. Irene was located about
130 miles SE of the Wilmington, NC Radar. She has sustained
winds of 100 mph with gusts near 120 mph. Her central pressure
was down to 950 millibars or 28.05" of mercury. Irene is moving
off to the north at 14 mph.

#2 Hurricane Irene at 10:10 PM MDT.

#3 Hurricane Irene moving inland near Cape Lookout, NC
at 5:30 AM MDT, Sat Aug 27, 2011.

#4 Hurricane Irene moving inland near Cape Lookout, NC
at 7:00 AM MDT, Sat Aug 27, 2011.

Visible Satellite Image Of Hurricane Irene. 6:45 AM MDT.

IR Rainbow Satellite Image Of H. Irene At 6:45 AM MDT.

#5 Hurricane Irene moving back over the water at 4:47 PM
MDT. Her eye was located about 22 miles SSE of Virginia
Beach, VA at this time. At 5PM MDT Irene had sustained
winds of 80 mph with gusts to near 100 mph. Her central
pressure was 950 millibars or 28.05". She is moving off
to the NNE at 16 mph.

Visible Satellite Image Of Hurricane At 4:15 PM MDT.

IR Rainbow Satellite Image Of Hurricane Irene At 4:15 PM MDT.

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