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IFEX daily log

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Today N43RF and N42RF are in Tampa. N43RF has a down day, while N42RF needs repairs to a cracked windshield and an engine sensor light needs to be checked. The plan had called for N43RF to possibly return to Acapulco on Wednesday if there was a target of interest. However, some maintenance on the radome was required and it would not be ready to fly until Thursday. The NASA ER-2 had no plans to fly today.

The forecast situation shows that Hurricane Emily has begun to get better organized again, heading generally west-northwestward toward the northern Mexican coast. Tropical Storm Eugene was moving toward the northwest and dissipating. There was some indication that low-level southwesterly flow was setting up in the East Pacific, but little convection was evident on satellite imagery. No models were suggesting genesis.

Rob Rogers
HRD Field Program director

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