Visual Step 2C
Visual "EYE" Pattern:
IF "YES", Go to the next portion of the VISUAL Eye intensity method
IF "NO"...Go to Step 2A --or-- --or-- 
Go to Step 4
Go on to the EYE ADJUSTMENT after 
you enter this information into your Dvorak Worksheet
 Do you need a  Banding Feature Addition?
 After you determine the Data T and enter it into your Dvorak Worksheet, then Go on to Step 4 

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Use this method of your position is based on:
Spiral Band Curvature (SBC), Animation (ANMTN), Cloud Minimum Wedge (CMW), Tightly Curved Band, Circle Method, or Conservative Features.
Use this method of your position is based on:
Exposed Low Level Circulation Center (XPSD LLCC), or Partially Exposed Low Level Circulation Center (PRTLY XPSD LLCC)
Use this method of your position is based on:
Any kind of eye feature.  This includes ragged eyes and it can include banding eyes.
Use this method of your position is based on:
Any Central Dense Overcast Features. 
  • This is NOT the same as Embedded Center - which is  only for Enhanced IR 
  • This is ONLY for T2.0 and higher
  • This is only done in VISUAL
Skip Step 3 if you chose 
2A,B,C or D
Go to Step 4 Now
(Skip step 3 if you chose 2A,B,C or D)
Go to the Previous Step
Go to Step 3 (CCC) if needed
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For More information, contact:
Paul  McCrone, Chief Forecaster
HQ Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA) 
Meteorological Satellite Applications
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