Hurricane Isaias Update Noon Saturday

While there is no hurricane hunter aircraft in the storm at the moment, there is clear evidence Isaias is going to, as meteorologists say, underperform. Of course, that's a very good thing.
The center of the hurricane (circle) has moved out from under the "central dense overcast" (CDO). In addition, the radar presentation is very unimpressive. That combination is almost always a sign of weakening.

That is not to say there won't be strong, perhaps even damaging, wind gusts in Florida. However, this storm will likely underperform some expectations if what I am reading on Twitter is correct.

For more on the expected level of damage, go here.


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