Hurricane Isaias is expected to bring hurricane-force problems along with parts of Florida's eastern coast late Saturday afternoon as well as Sunday with strong winds, hefty rainfalls, and feasible flooding in reduced lying locations, the National Hurricane Facility said.
At 11 p.m. Friday, the cyclone facility's projection brought Classification 1 Isaias barreling toward West Palm Beach early Sunday after that embracing Florida's east coast prior to making a small northwesterly turn and going further off the coastline after passing Melbourne on Sunday afternoon. Since Friday evening, Isaias was located 135 miles south-southeast of Nassau.
"Maximum sustained winds are near 80 mph with greater gusts. Added conditioning is anticipated ... early Saturday," NOA forecasters said in an advisory.
South Florida could start really feeling the impacts of the tornado Saturday afternoon.
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