The computer models are consistent with Issac making a path over Cuba then to Florida. With what’s going on in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere, I think this will happen. It looks as though Isaac will move around a mid-level high sitting over the Atlantic Ocean. An upper level trough, which is sitting over the eastern parts of the country, will pick up Isaac and pull him across Florida. That upper level trough has brought much cooler air to the eastern parts of the country this week. I think this weather pattern will be with us into early next week. There is a chance Issac may move further west, but I don’t think we will see much from this tropical system. With Isaac moving east of us, we may see cooler and less humid air by the middle half of next week. As we all know, things can change, so we will keep you informed daily with any updates on Isaac. Isaac is still a tropical storm, but Issac should become a hurricane over the coming days.