He did mention that perhaps a cat 3 could form if it took a more westward path....but didnt say it would be that strength if it indeed did hit land. At any rate it should be a minimal cat 1 by tonight or tomorrow morning. There is some cooler water around that area, but still warmer than normal for that part of the east coast.
-------------------- Gloria 1985 (Eye passed over my house in...get this...northwestern CT!)
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