HWRF takes it over Jamaica early Monday morning as a 947 mb hurricane which is typically associated with category 3 storms (it also shows some dry air entering it) and over Nassau in the Bahamas Tuesday afternoon as a 944 mb hurricane (entering cat 4 territory), then starts to move it away from land.
This system could be devastating for Jamaica, East Cuba and parts of the Bahamas.
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