I've been watching both the IR loop and the Cancun radar...to me, there APPEARS to be a SLIGHT eastward component in that southerly drift. This is more evident in the Cancun radar. Around 7 pm, the eyewall was just east of Merida, but on the current image, the eye is definitely south of the city...and a bit further east. Maybe Isidore is navigating a loop??? This will be interesting to watch. If the westward track has truly stopped, then points much further east of the NHC forecast could fall back under the gun.
On another note, the cloud tops are starting to warm under the influence of land interraction...so weakening is definitely under-way...however temporary that might be.
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