I have never posted here before but I read your discussions often. I do not know a lot about meteorology to feel confident to make my own predictions for Issac, however I do have a question. I remember as a kid going through tropical storm Marco (I am in the bradenton/sarasota area). Is it possible with the current high pressure systems and everything else going on out there that Issac may make a similar track as Marco? The current track it's on, hugging the northern coast of Cuba reminds me of Marco. Marco made more of a west movement over Cuba at first where Issac is moving more NW if not NNW (at least to me). Just my thoughts.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marco_1990_track.png
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