After clearing Cuba's western tip, Laura has 36 hours (+/-4) or so to undergo rapid intensification and potentially double current wind speed suggested by GFS, which forecasts landfall late Wednesday evening at 957 mb along the NE Texas coast: https://mag.ncep.noaa.gov/data/gfs/18/namer/precip_p06/gfs_namer_084_precip_p06.gif Dvorak MSLP (Atlantic) 960 mb: Mean Wind Speed: 102 KTS/117 MPH Saffir/Simpson Category: 3 (97-113 KTS)
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