Figured I would get a thread on Sally going. The 10am advisory showed a tropical storm with 65mph winds. At 11am, the NHC issued a statement that winds had increased to 85mph and that a full update would be posted shortly. At 1130am, that update then showed 90mph winds. I'm wondering if the explosive strengthening will continue. If it does it could spell trouble for the central Gulf Coast as what was going to be a strong cat 1 could now all of a sudden end up as a low end cat 3. The current intensity forecast (as of the 1pm advisory) only shows 105mph at landfall. Any of the more knowledgeable hurricane folks on here have any thoughts on the future intensity of Sally? Definitely worth watching.