August 9th 2022, 8:12 UTC, 9 days and 17 hours Grid QN38kl, Sea of Okhotsk Russia

KD9TPM has gone to sleep travelling over China and Japan and going to sleep just East of the Sea of Okhotsk, August 9th 2022, 08:12 UTC. We’re still around 31,000 feet and travelling at a speed around 120 mph.

Where we go from here? we’ll still watching closely. The below NOAA Hysplit shows a possible direction towards Alaska in 48 hours. The Jetstream shows us possibly circling around.

I’ll let you decide Locate and Track

48 hour NOAA Hysplit Trajectory Model

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