There's still a lot of uncertainty with the future track of Isaac once it's forecast to get into the Gulf. The models shifted west, but based on the NHC's discussion they haven't bought into it entirely, and split the difference. Until Isaac actually enters the Gulf it'll be difficult to pinpoint where it goes and the NHC has basically stated that. They may shift the track more west, but not until the models stabilize.
Anyway I expect the models, again, to shift eastward tomorrow.
The condition of Isaac itself right now, it's looking like it's making a run for strengthening right now, but recon won't be out to verify this for a few hours.
The wave action and surge remains probably my biggest concern because of the size of the wind field in Isaac.
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