well the latest available IR Sat loops seem to indicate that izzy may be heading just south of due west. This may be in part, due to the concentric eyewalls mentioned in NHC's latest discussion. If the inner eyewall has collapsed then the outer eye wall would be contracting, and may be what has caused the slight WSW jog. Will be interesting to see if this motion keeps up. If it does the centre will get perilously close to the Yucatan coast.
As for STS Kyle, well it is in great environment, and looks set to strengthen. It is, however, no immediate threat.
Then of course, there is 92L. A good looking system that will likely be the next named storm, and headed for the islands, so it needs watching.
BTW, i have given up on my Isidore landfall near Mobile, at least for the time being
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