I agree; I pulled up a frame by frame IR of Issac and right at the very end there is a pronounced northward shift and it won't be long before Haiti is struck. I really want to take a look at new global models tonight and whether this shift to the east is as apparent as it was in the earlier runs; the longwave trough has shifted a bit east in the past 24 hours and I'm beginning to wonder if this puts not the West coast of FL under the gun but the East coast back in play. Issac appears to be looking better and better on satellite; curious to look at vortex data now.
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