*IF*, and boy do I mean *IF* the models can get some consistency with this northward turn that they have suddenly switched to, I definitely won't need to change my forecast for now.
I could imagine a slow northward drift beginning in 72 hours and after that I would have to think the shortwave would come down and send Isidore NE towards the Big Bend area. However, it is MUCH to early to say anything with any consistency or accuracy.
The possible short-fused nature of Isidore reminds me somewhat of Irene back in 1999.
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