Dennis does seem to be having a bit of difficulty in maintaining a closed eye, with the latest recon indicating that it is open to the SW, and also elongated. This could be due to interference / interaction with both the landmass of Jamaica, and the vicinity of southeast Cuba. Regardless, with pressure down and an earlier flight level wind of 139mph, i think Dennis will be approaching Cat4 within the next few hours. Despite his eye problems, he is a very well organised and structured hurricane.
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