FRICTIONAL EFFECTS CAUSED BY THE FLORIDA PENINSULA WILL LIKELY TIGHTEN UP AND IMPROVE THE OVERALL LOW-LEVEL CIRCULATION OF ERNESTO TODAY...WHICH WILL ENHANCE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR ERNESTO TO RE-STRENGTHEN ONCE IT IS BACK OVER WATER. IT IS ENTIRELY POSSIBLE THAT ERNESTO COULD BE NEAR HURRICANE STRENGTH JUST BEFORE IT MAKES LANDFALL AGAIN.
So to reiterate the LLC and windfield are going to shrink which is going to help him once he hits water again. I'd say that could happen the first hour he hits water. So Brevard and Volusia counties are in for some nasty weather yet as the rain bands whip them during the first stage of re-strengthening. Although who's to say that won't even happen. He was supposed to strenghten in the straits yesterday and lastnight but that didn't happen.
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