Isabel's pressure down to 987(est) with 65 kts winds. Could be a Cat 1 at 11am. "Eye" feature is in process of forming, but very large at the moment. Center does seemed to have reformed to the north a little bit(14.3?) , but overall storm still moving to the west. 97L is now being watched behind Isa.
Models are staying fairly steady now. GFDL is the most north of all of them, but it's feature is that it never turns NW at all, and shows high pressure(fairly strong) stays in place. Still no sign of an open door for Isa to go through. Some, if not most, show her going due west into the northern leewards, and a couple have her diving WSW into them. My first test is always the 20N 60W mark, and this one has a good shot at it so far.
Of the last five storms that started with an "I", two have hit a land mass along the way, with last year's Isadore doing her dance all over the GOM being the most recent.
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