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Hurricane Maria 2017

Date Time Type Wind Pressure
UTC knots km/h mph mb
Oct 212:00ED351016
Oct 206:00ES461012
Oct 200:00ES461005
Oct 118:00ES521003
Oct 112:00ES52999
Oct 106:00ES52996
Oct 100:00ES52994
Sep 3018:00ES52991
Sep 3012:00S58988
Sep 3006:00S58988
Sep 3000:00S58988
Sep 2918:00S58988
Sep 2912:00S58988
Sep 2906:00S58987
Sep 2900:00S63985
Sep 2818:00S63985
Sep 2812:00S69982
Sep 2806:00S69982
Sep 2800:00H175979
Sep 2718:00H175979
Sep 2712:00H175977
Sep 2706:00H175976
Sep 2700:00H175975
Sep 2618:00H175975
Sep 2612:00H175970
Sep 2606:00H175970
Sep 2600:00H181966
Sep 2518:00H181966
Sep 2512:00H181961
Sep 2506:00H186954
Sep 2500:00H298947
Sep 2418:00H2104943
Sep 2412:00H2109947
Sep 2406:00H2109942
Sep 2400:00H3115945
Sep 2318:00H3115952
Sep 2312:00H3115952
Sep 2306:00H3121952
Sep 2300:00H3127953
Sep 2218:00H3127959
Sep 2212:00H3127958
Sep 2206:00H3127959
Sep 2200:00H3127953
Sep 2118:00H3121960
Sep 2112:00H3115959
Sep 2106:00H3115959
Sep 2100:00H2109958
Sep 2018:00H2109959
Sep 2012:00H4138935
Sep 2010:15H4155920
Sep 2006:00H5161913
Sep 2003:00H5173908
Sep 2000:00H5173909
Sep 1918:00H5167920
Sep 1912:00H5161931
Sep 1906:00H4155940
Sep 1901:15H5167922
Sep 1900:00H5167924
Sep 1818:00H5161956
Sep 1812:00H3121967
Sep 1806:00H192977
Sep 1800:00H186979
Sep 1718:00H175986
Sep 1712:00S69990
Sep 1706:00S63994
Sep 1700:00S521002
Sep 1618:00S521004
Sep 1612:00D351006

Hurricane Maria 2017

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Satellite images and tracking maps of Category 5 Major Hurricane Maria 2017, September 16 - October 2. Max wind speed 173mph.

Active deep convection at the center of Maria appears to have ceased this morning (September 30) after the cyclone crossed a sharp SST gradient, and SSTs below 23 deg C are unlikely to allow persistent convection to redevelop. Recent visible satellite imagery and data from a late arriving ASCAT pass at 13:48 UTC indicate the presence of a sharp wind shift extending from near the center of Maria well to the northeast, suggesting that the cyclone has acquired frontal characteristics. Based on this, Maria is now classified as extratropical, and this is the last advisory.

The earlier ASCAT data was used as the basis for the initial intensity of 45 knots. Maria has continued to move quickly toward the east-northeast, and all of the models indicate that the post-tropical cyclone will continue on this track for the next day or two. Gradual weakening is anticipated until dissipation occurs within a larger frontal zone over the North Atlantic in about 48 hours. The NHC forecast incorporates guidance from NOAA's Ocean Prediction Center.

Information provided by NHC.

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