Thu Sep 11 2008 04:10 AM
Re: Ike jogging back to the NW?

Ike's double eyewall structure could persist indefinitely, but given the small size of the inner eyewall, it seems more likely that the outer eyewall will take over at some point. If there is an eyewall replacement, that could induce some temporary weakening, but that may be less of an issue with Ike's large size. Given Ike's unusual structure and the possibility of eyewall replacements, its future intensity is even more difficult to predict than usual. It is almost certain to remain a very large storm, though.

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