Hurricane Isaias is current cover the Bahamas and it continues to head closer toward the US.
According to its latest 2 p.m. ET advisory, the National Hurricane Centerbelieves the storm will continue as a hurricane as it approaches Florida today but there is still uncertainty about where it will make landfall and how widespread the storm's impacts will be.
The storm is expected to turn to the north either on or very near the east coast of Florida, so landfall is possible anywhere north of Boca Raton, where the hurricane warnings are in effect
Southeast Florida, including Miami, will see its worst weather overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. Further north, much of the east coast of Florida could see hurricane conditions develop on Sunday as Isaias works its way from roughly West Palm Beach tomorrow morning to the Space Coast by Sunday evening.
Here's the latest forecast: