11PM Update Earlier reports were wrong. Both the 57mph gust... and the NE movement and changing of the hurricane watch.
Navarre is also receiving lots of flooding as is many areas near there.
10:20PM Update New Orleans reporting winds at NE at 57 mph / 91.7 km/h with gusts to 69MPH.
Earllier mention of motion change in Isidore may be incorrect...
9:30 PM Update Hurricane Watch extended east to Pensacola... Recon reports isidore moving NE now toward Mobile...
Tropical Storm Isidore shows signs of trying to reorganize near the center now, which may boost it to Cat 1 status before landfall. Folks in the area are getting tremendous flooding rains (and to show you how big this storm is, we are getting rain here in Orlando from it also).
Lili is holding on, despite getting torn up a bit. We'll have to watch this one toward the weekend. And Kyle, now a hurricane still there, will hold probably as a minimal hurricane.
Thanks for those in the Central Gulf for giving us updates on Isidore. Good luck to you all, and stay dry!
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