Severe Weather Forecaster,
All the previous forecasts have proved wrong! Atlantic's major Hurricane Earl re-intensified as per the GDSL model by late night period. Since that, Earl has a massive convection happening at its core with a stable eyewall. Also the dry air seems to have been shifting away from Earl.
EARL POSITION AT 5AM EDT,2ND SEPTEMBER
29.3N,74.7E WITH WINDS AT CENTER AROUND 145MPH AND 928MB AIR PRESSURE
EARL IS MOVING NNW AT 18MPH
IT IS 410 MILES SOUTH OF CAPE HATTERAS,NC
Forecast models are indicating that no new shears will build on the way and the dry air has also shifted more north wards giving Earl a good chance of intensification.. .
Earl is moving in slightly cooler water but some warm waters present near the coast can add to intensification
My estimates look for a Cat. 4 landfall today in coastal North Carolina
Landfall most likely near 12-02AM EDT on Friday at coastal North Carolina NE of Wilmington,NC
High winds,Rains and storm surges possible with RIP CURRENTS!