Isabel's looking more and more like some kind of hybrid sub-tropical system, must be from all the dry air she's running into. Jim Cantore on his last report on TWC called Isabel "Isadore" , seems like that will be one legacy of this storm left behind, almost everyone at one time or another calling her "Isadore" LOL.
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