The time before landfall is usually pretty quiet (on sites like this) unless there's some sort of news, at landfall there will be mixed reports, mostly good news. It takes a while (Sometimes hours or a day or two) for other news to come out since many areas will be blacked out.
Rumors will start to fly, both of "no problems" and "massive destruction" but will take a while to shake out. If someone has access to call or use the computer, chances are they weren't in the worst areas.
That said, recon found a 949mb pressure and the highest flight level winds its found all day (108kt), so it is going down again slightly.
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