Today is going to be a very, very big day for what should be TD10 or maybe Isidore at 11:00 AM. Recent vis. imagery shows a very tight and intense ball of convection south of Hispanola working west-northwestward steadily. I expect more thunderstorms to develop around the center as the system moves away from Hispanola today. All interests in Jamaca, Eastern Cuba, and the Yucatan Peninsula should closely monitor the progress of this system.
Also, I feel the last NHC forecast from yesterday was not thrown off yesterday. This system should become a hurricane after effecting Jamaca. After that I believe Florida may well be in the crosshairs of what may be Hurricane Isidore at that time. Stay tuned, more to come later this morning.
Glad I don't have school today so I can track this system.
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