You have the right idea. IF Issac does stay over the Gulf longer he Could get stronger. But that's not written in stone. The Gulf of Mexico temperatures are more than warm enough to help strengthen Issac. But the upper air currents are playing havoc with Issac and it's almost down to a flip of a Quarter dollar to see where Issac is going.
If you can watch the Weather Channel they are right at 24/ 7 on Issac coverage. On the old AM radio WWL-AM 870 on the dial http://www.wwltv.com/
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