It's a reality that hurricane Isaias currently over Bahamas will be headed for Florida. Yesterday was sunny and bright and today the weather has deteriorated and expected to get worse as the day goes on.
Projections are that Isaias with 85 mph winds will skirt the east coast of Florida early Sunday morning. At the time of writing this blog the path is the eyewall of the storm will be less than 50 miles offshore with it's closest point just north of the city of West Palm Beach... where you can find Mar-a-Lago, home of president Trump.
With all forecasts there is lots of room for error and a degree or two toward the west has Isaias striking Florida around Boca Raton to Palm Beach. The best part about hurricanes, due to temperature changes are often the weakest in that time.
The image below is linked to the NOAA.gov site and updates every 4 hours.
This link has a trajectory map that can be scaled for more accuracy: https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/weather/hurricane/fl-ne-hurricane-storm-isaias-forecast-path-cone-20200731-j22dl7vcozhq5i6wdjprknd4oi-htmlstory.html