[QUOTE="Pascal, post: 297391, member: 13724"]I ve been watching the same thing. There is definitely some southerly motion on the west side of that cluster north of GB Andros is mostly mangrove so plenty of water there and it s very flat. It has no effect on storms. Isaias’ demise started two days ago when it approached the ragged cats and the tongue of the ocean. Bahamas radar has been showing the eye opening up and some dry air being entrapped from the SW and S not the first time NHC keeps a storm at a higher level just to make sure people don’t let their guard down. They just brought it to new levels this time. And then you have all the guys running websites and blogs desperate for traffic...[/QUOTE] I expect to tune in shortly and see the storm has shifted well to the east, wrapped around that circulation. Doesn't change anything for Florida, really, but this could still turn into something significant for the outer banks.