I wouldn't be surprised if Isabel gains 5 to 10 mph of wind speed before it hits. It looks like it finally may be starting to form some kind of central eyewall, and the convection looks less subtropical, if only a little.
If it hits as a major storm, it will be the first true one since Fran in 96 I believe (I think bonnie had winds of 105-110) But lets hope and pray that it doesnt strengthan, and instead weakens.(maybe a miracle will happen and it will turn out to sea, but I doubt it) Stranger things have happened though
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