Right now, at least on sat IR loops, 90L(arry) seems to be intensifying and is now moving wnw...towards Texas. Will definitely need to be watched closely. Models are widely divergent in their potential tracks. However, the BAMD takes 90L west, then almost due east for a strike on Key West. The LBAR similarly takes 90L west, and loops it back east, for a LA coast strike . I'm no met, but if I had to make an educated guess, I'll bet that 90L does indeed become Larry (at least TS Larry), posing a minor threat to the entire GOM from Texas to FL.
As for Isabel's aftermath, take a look at some of these pictures. If there is anyone out there who just might like a taste of a CAT 2, check these out and think again. This is from Hattaras, not Morehead City. I imagine the destruction is even worse there:
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