Cuba is not as bad of a mountainess area as I thought.. http://unimaps.com/cuba/mainmap.gif Infact if it goes nw of the big mountains.. don't expect a huge weakening like the forcast shows as of right now. I still am predicting Ernesto to become a major Hurricane in the GOM rigth around where Charley did. After watching Charleys amazing power up.. I can't doubt to see this a major category 4 Hurrciane at landfall. Speaking of the banding features.. They certanly look like a Hurrciane spiral.. Maybe Hurricane Ernesto by 8 or 11 p.m.
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