It's attack of the blob of Isaac today, Tuesday. Monday's brush with the blob dried out before getting to Hilton Head proper. This morning I got out of the house to see a big blob of low cloud heading north towards my house. Bluffton, SC got a good drenching from the small band this morning. Now it's Charleston's and North Carolina's turn. A sweep of moisture is still heading north offshore.
Additionally, Isaac has formed an eye and perhaps now will get called a hurricane. Like folks have said in blogs, N.O. city management is a tiny bit foolish proclaming the city ready for the storm. They've asked people to use their brains and get out if they feel unsafe but they believe it's all good down in the basin. A few people so upset with how they were not let back in after Katrina are going to stay put. Local people on Master's blog say 10" to 15" rain, I'm in SC and our radio news says upwards of 30". So maybe some people don't have the true scope of what Isaac can dish out.