Wow! Give Dora 24 hours in a good environment after an ERC and look at her! She was once so asymetrical and ingested with dry air, now she's very circular with some impressive microwaves images. Check SSD Dvorake remarks...
"REMARKS...MICROWAVE PASSES ARE SOME OF THE MOST IMPRESSIVE SYMMETRIC DOUGHNUT EXAMPLES SEEN."
That's pretty notable, I think. Besides that Dora has two outflow channels. A good one towards the equator and an exellent poleward channel. The eye has mostly cleared and continues to do so. Shear hasent been anylized by CIMSS in a while, but WV doesnt show anything significant to come her way soon.
Dora looking much better then before
Consectutive microwave passes.
Dora looks poised to become our first major, and perhaps first Cat 4 or 5 storm of the year. Dvorak numbers are up to 6.0 from SSD and ADT(it's actually 5.8 due to constraints, 6.3 raw) which is 110kts or 125mph.