Well i am still sticking to what i said when this thing first became classified - landfall near or just east of Mobile, AL, with sustained winds of 70 - 80 mph - strong TS / weak Cat 1.
Satellite imagery seems to show that she really is trying to get herself together, but the core remains very disorganised, with multiple LLC's still evident on the visible imagery. If only the core consolidated we could see this get stronger, stronger than currently forecast. Expect to see official Hurricane Warnings up within the next 6 to 12 hours.
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