Just to back up what HF has said. I was doing a little research looking at all the NHC Hurricane Season Map Archives on Wikipedia. I noticed that not one single tropical system was downgraded after crossing Cuba from 1990 to the present. Albeit some lost strength but not to the point they were downgraded. Another thing I noticed is that every system that passed over Cuba from 1990 to the present always intensified in the "bathtub" between Florida and Cuba. Just something to think about if your feeling like letting your guard down!
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