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Wilma was the 21st named storm of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, marking the first and only time the letter ‘W’ was used in any Atlantic tropical cyclone. The storm underwent rapid intensification in the early hours of 19 October, becoming the most intense hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic basin. Hurricane Hunters measured a record breaking 884mb central pressure at 0800Z. This was later adjusted to an even lower 882mb to compensate for error. Wilma’s eye at the time had contracted to only 2 nautical miles in diameter, the smallest eye ever observed in a tropical cyclone. After recon left, Wilma continued to intensify and central pressure may have dropped below 882mb at her peak intensity around 1200Z.
Wilma underwent an eyewall replacement cycle before passing directly over Cozumel and making landfall in the Yucatan as a Cat. 4 hurricane. After undergoing another ERC she hit south Florida as a Cat. 3.
The GOES Project is a collaboration between NASA and NOAA.