Isaiah Likely Reintensifying

Based on radar, satellite and Hurricane Hunter data, it appears Isaiah will likely restrengthen to hurricane force; perhaps it already has as the Doppler wind speeds have increased significantly the last half hour. This means that people in the Carolinas need to keep a weather eye on the storm as it approaches.
The above is the radar at 10:29pm. Isaiah's has the best eye it has had in its lifetime.

Update 10:50pm: The National Hurricane Center is keeping the storm just below hurricane strength at 70 mph. They are saying the storm may become a hurricane before it makes landfall over the coast of the Carolinas and a hurricane watch has been issued.
Tropical storm watches are in effect from Chesapeake Bay to Rhode Island. Flash flood watches are in effect for much of the Middle Atlantic region. In addition, there is a chance of tornadoes over eastern South Carolina and eastern North Carolina tomorrow.


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