Bermuda Data Of Hurricane Joaquin

This is a graph I made of wind and pressure during the close passage of Hurricane Joaquin near Bermuda. Data are from the hourly METARs from Bermuda International Airport, TXKF.

The centre passed within 100 km of the northwest of the island, but had weakened so that the area of hurricane-force winds remained out to sea.

Sustained wind (blue), gusts (orange) and sea-level pressure (red) from the hourly METARs from Bermuda International Airport, TXKF.
Sustained wind (blue), gusts (orange) and sea-level pressure (red) from the hourly METARs from Bermuda International Airport, TXKF.
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