A motion towards the west at 18-20 mph in 24-36 hours looks to be in order I believe. It is absolutely AMAZING to see how some people on the other message boards are calling this thing a fish already. I'll bet you that half of them don't even use the steering currents link I provided. Steve-LOL-I'm not trying to call you and idiot or anything, but your brain is being littered from all of the junk on some of the other boards right now. Isabel will turn west within the next 12-24 hours, and probably closer to 12 than 24. A strong ridge is building in north of Isabel, and that's a fact.
Just watch Isabel carefully. We should have a much clearer idea of what the storm will do come the weekend.
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