Isaac continues to intensify in the Gulf of Mexico as the storm churns to the northwest.
While the exact track and landfall of Isaac is still uncertain, many people continue to ask, "What can I expect?" Making a 100 percent accurate forecast is tricky with this particular storm system because of it's reputation so far.
However, the First Alert Weather team will attempt to share what could be possible for your area. Please note this is based on the current projected track of Isaac through the WLBT viewing area. All of these areas could also see quick spin up tornadoes Wednesday and Thursday.
Downed trees/power lines, power outages, 2"-4" of rain:
Widespread trees/power lines, trees on homes, power outages, 5"-10" of rain:
Here are the counties impacted by high winds in the WLBT viewing area:
30-40 mph sustained winds with gusts of 40-50 mph:
Gusty winds of 25-30 mph:
Please have your NOAA weather radio on as power outage are expected and you'll need to be able to receive severe weather information throughout the duration of this storm.
The First Alert Weather team will continue to bring you updates on WLBT.com and WLBT.
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