Relationship of central pressure of hurricane Esther (1961) and the sea surface temperature field

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Perlroth, Irving (2011)

In this report variations of central pressure of hurricane Esther are related to the sea surface temperature patterns along its track. There appears to exist a distinct relationship between central pressure variations, wall cloud intensity, and hurricane intensity to the temperature of the water over which it passes. The storm's central pressure appears to deepen over warm water and fill over cooler water.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1962.tb01353.x
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