Isabel is right about where she should be, maybe just a tad north. The later models continue to shift a little more south, bring back memories of Bertha. A WSW move still is being shown, making it possible for Isa to be south of PR in 4-5 days. I know watching it now that might not seem possible, but almost all seem to nail at least the northern leewards. I don't think she'll start heading due west until allmost 50W, looking at the WV image, in really starts digging south right about there.
Really is another pretty storm. The Atlantic is holding a beauty contest this year; it's been a while since that happened.
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