Dry Saharan air is filtering into the system disrupting convective activity near the center; I had said aircraft recon posted a vortex message just before 12Z this morning at 14.8; actually it was 14.5; tops later in the morning have warmed but it was cooking pretty good at 14.5. Right now I have a center fix near 15.4N...15.5N and 66.5W and Issac is following the south side of the track envelope for the time being.
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