Went to bed late last night telling friends that I am at a 40% chance Harvey becomes a Major, with Harvey at 1001mb, and just woke up to recon just finding 985mb. This is the type of tropical cyclone we are looking at here, folks.
Watch to see how well Harvey develops an inner core over the next 24 hours. If Harvey generates a solid inner core, which appears to be underway, his environment - ocean heat content, wind shear, humidity, etc. -> all very conducive for several phases of Rapid Intensification, and Harvey could become our first landfalling Major Hurricane since Wilma 11 years ago.
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