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For reference here's the latest satellite image. Reminds me of Hurricane Vince from 2005 (albeit Larry is a much larger and stronger storm overall):Larry is fluctuating in intensity due to an eyewall replacement cycle and has dropped slightly to 120 mph sustained winds. The hurricane's eye and hurricane force wind swath are quite large and not like anything I've seen for a while.
The hurricane developed an annular structure today and before that it has undergone two different ERC's. It looks to be undergoing a third ERC right now but its intensity hasn't dropped.I thought hurricanes with annular structures were more resistant to ERCs and were able to maintain strength more consistently?