South Jersey continues to be in the forecast cone of Isaias, which will hug or move over the Southeastern Coast Sunday.

Impacts to the region will be centered on Tuesday. There is no need to act yet. However, residents and visitors, especially along the shore, should have a plan in place in case tropical storm watches and warnings are issued. Isaias has been struggling to maintain its strength. A high impact event is not likely. 

Thankfully, even in a close to shore or landfall scenario, tropical storm force conditions would be short lived, for about 6 hours or so. Due to the recent slower nature of the storm, it will take until Sunday morning to nail down an exact scenario and path. However, here is what is known now.

Follow Meteorologist Joe Martucci on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more on the storm.

Load comments