Hurricane Isaias has shown signs of strengthening on satellite Friday, and some of the computer models have it inching closer to the Florida coast as the storm approaches Saturday.
Isaias still appears like it will remain right-side loaded, with more of the bad weather to the east. That would be good news for Miami-Dade and Broward counties, which are counting on dry air to keep the left side, closer to land, weaker.
See Local 10 Hurricane Specialist Bryan Norcross’ latest analysis of the storm in the video above.
The National Hurricane Center forecasts Isaias intensifying some but maintaining at a Category 1 strength this weekend as it moves north on a track near the east coast of Florida.
Coastal Palm Beach County is in a Hurricane Watch. Coastal areas of Broward and Miami-Dade are in a Tropical Storm Warning while inland areas of those counties are in a Tropical Storm Watch.
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