Actually looks like we may get a major forecast bust---it seems to be turning more north and slowing down. Of course, slowing down could presage a change in direction, but I am not convinced. As I said the other day, NHC has been overforecasting the demise of upper lows all season.
Summary: Still a good chance Isabel will be a 'fish'. More so as time goes by and it is moving wnw to NW...even though in the last two advisories, it was trending more west...but not now.
Beginning a down phase in intensity too, it seems.
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