Why the possible 2/3, but then a 1 at landfall...will it peak out...cooler water before landfall?
Hi Ed -- it's like what NewWatcher mentioned below. I think that the storm's peak intensity could get as high as a cat2/3 on a high end, but that the peak intensity is more likely to be somewhere in the minimal hurricane strength range. It is a possibility that the storm weakens ever-so-slightly before landfall -- if it does make landfall -- but that's not going to be a dramatic effect if so. --Clark
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