Well, with a possible decrease in shear later today, as well as the convective mass to the SW of the centre, it might be that Alberto will eventually take on a more 'Tropical' appearance. If the shear does decrease as forecast, then Alberto could have a brief window of oppurtunity to strengthen prior to landfall. My guess would be to around 50 mph, given that it will need to organise somewhat aswell! Well work all day now, so see u guys later
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