Tropical Storm Isaias Update: 5:00pm EDT

The National Hurricane Center has tweaked the forecast path of Isaias and increased its forecast intensity to hurricane force. For several meteorological reasons, I do not believe this storm is just going to parallel the coast and move out to sea without affecting land. So, if you live on the East Coast, please keep up on later forecasts.
The National Hurricane Center's path forecast (above) shows the storm missing New England -- and, that may well be the case. However, at least two, often reliable, models show the storm making a landfall in southeast New England. Please scroll down to the posting immediately below.

A special statement from the American Meteorological Society pertaining to COVID and hurricane sheltering is here. I recommend consulting it. 


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