The Wind Analyses on this website are research products created by NOAA's Hurricane Research Division of AOML. For official National Weather Service products go to the NWS website.
Any use of these data are subject to the provisions of HRD's Data Policy and by using these data the user agrees to this policy. Scientific publications using these H*Wind products should cite one or more of these papers.
H*Wind analyses are based on actual wind measurements collected in the storm over a 4-6 hour period. The geographic domain, time window, weighting and smoothing are carefully chosen to result in a wind field product representative of the storm intensity at the time of the analysis. Since it is impossible for observations to completely cover an entire storm, there is a chance that a small portion of the storm containing the highest winds was not sampled. Read More
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|The following maximum sustained wind swaths for Igor are preliminary results and will be subject to further modifications as new data become available.|
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