Isidore keeps wobbling WSW...but these are just wobbles. Isidore, overall is moving closer to due west than WSW.
As for a NE movement, I believe that this will happen eventually. In the end, I am strongly inclined to think that Isidore will end up making landfall just east of Pensacola. Call me nuts, but I've been saying the highest threat was for the Panhandle. I'm still going with that. But given the large wind radius, the tropical storm winds extend out 200 miles. Quite large. Still thinking New Orleans will get swept by Isidore on his way NE.
TD#13 should be nearing the Bahamas as a hurricane late next week. Is two for one possible? Looks like it may be. We could have our first two-stage tropical "assult" since 1996 (Bertha and Fran).
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