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Larry Maintains Strength And Speed

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Hurricane Larry has not changed much in the past 24 hours and continues to feature several eyewall replacement cycles since yesterday morning.  Larry will continue to fluctuate in strength between 120 mph to 125 mph through the next 48 hours before a steady weakening begins due to Larry encountering vertical wind shear and cooler waters of the northwestern Atlantic.

Model guidance all supports Larry turn to the north, well to the east of Bermuda by Thursday morning.  At this time, Larry is not expected to impact any landmass as a hurricane through this week but may produce a powerful storm for the Canadian Maritimes next weekend.  Hurricane Larry will have the potential to enhance the 500 MB pattern over the northern Atlantic as the storm’s outflow enhances the ridge over the north-central Atlantic.  The ridge expansion would support a new negative NAO signal and keep the trough sustained over the Eastern United States into the middle of September.

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