Isidore is still a Tropical Storm but very close to a Hurricane. Isidore is pushing 70mph winds and moving W-NW at 8mph.
Isidore is knocking on southwest Cuba’s door at this time and the BIG question is; where will she go once in the southeast Gulf? Models are pointing everywhere, so if you live anywhere on the Gulf Coast you need to pay attention. As mentioned in the last headline “Forecasting Nightmare Deluxe” and so far it sure has been. Although once out in the Gulf and models start to agree, we all may have a better clue on the expected direction of track. But we also know Hurricanes sometimes surprise us all.
Josephine become extratropical and is out of the picture.
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