The TWC said this AM that more of the models are starting to agree that Isidore may be picked up by a trough next week and then start to head North any where from Texas to the Fl panhandle. If that does happen what position in the Gulf will Isidore need to be located in order to make certain northern landfalls? At this point the TWC did not mention NNE only N. But I guess it has to go a little N. first before it goes NE. There is also a possibility that it will not get picked up, but as I said earlier the path is starting to become a little more clearer. I would appreciate any one's comments regarding this movement and possibility of a Northern or NE landfall.
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