I agree that the pressure is the most indicative thing. And I've been looking at the most recent IR loop and I don't see any evidence of eye wall erosion. It looks like this perfect circular thing. Further the water is extremely hot ahead of the storm, and it seems that it will strike perpendicular to the coast which in the case of previous strong storms (e.g. Andrew, Camille) has led to intensification at landfall. This thing remains incredibly dangerous and any incremental weakening is unlikely to enough to prevent major major damage.
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