Clark, do eyewall replacement cycles occur on a regular basis, and if so, how often? Also, is the anticipated occurence of an eyewall replacement cycle taken into account when forecasting a hurricane's intensity at landfall (as at a certain point of the cycle, such as when Dennis hit Cuba, the cyclone is at a much higher intensity, than the point in the cycle that Dennis was at when he hit today).
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