Isaac long floater imagery over the past 3 hours appears to be showing some evening in the convection that has been largely displaced to the SW of NHC positions over the past 24 hours. As best I can see, the apparent COC is just about on the forecast track line, but SE of where linear time interpolation of forecast points should have it. It also appears that just as convection appears to be evolving towards a more symmetrical organization, it is doing so just as the north side of Isaac begins to encounter Hispaniola's mountainous terrain.
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