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Credit: OrlandoSentinel

Florida Remains In Hurricane Center’s Cone of Potential Tropical Storm Isaias

Heads up Florida Residents and Walt Disney World travelers! It looks like we’re going to have some weather heading our way as Florida remains in the cone as hurricane center issues warnings for what could become Tropical Storm Isaias.

As shared by the OrlandoSentinel, the National Hurricane Center has yet to name a churning system in the Atlantic, but issued its first advisory for Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine, which is projected to spin up and become Tropical Storm Isaias in the next 36 hours.

Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine, which was expected to become Tropical Storm Isaias, was expected to impact southern Florida as a tropical storm, according to a forecast graphic issued by the National Hurricane Center on July 28, 2020.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine, which was expected to become Tropical Storm Isaias, was expected to impact southern Florida as a tropical storm, according to a forecast graphic issued by the National Hurricane Center on July 28, 2020. (National Hurricane Center)

“The forecast track and intensity is also more uncertain than usual, particularly after the system moves near Puerto Rico,” the NHC said.

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Florida could be seeing landfall on its current projected path somewhere near Broward County by Sunday morning, according to FOX 35 meteorologist Jayme King. However, most projections show the storm weakening long before it hits South Florida.

”Early stages means there is greater than average uncertainty in the track and intensity,” King said. “The bottom line is again it is hurricane season and you need to be prepared for this.”

Potential Tropical Storm Isaias forecast models as of 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 28, 2020.
Potential Tropical Storm Isaias forecast models as of 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 28, 2020. (WDT)

As for Orlando, if the storm makes landfall in South Florida over the weekend, heavy rains and gusty should be expected, King said.

Source: OrlandoSentinel.com

About Jamie Sylvester

I'm a Disney nerd! A kid at heart who loves the magic and memories of Walt Disney World. I follow all things Disney and enjoy the vacations, day trips, weekend getaways, and geek out over the planning of such events. My goal is to experience as many Disney desserts and cocktails as possible! Married to another Disney nerd and blessed with a daughter and son, we thoroughly enjoy the magic at Disney and are here to help others experience the magic as well.