Isaias weakened to a tropical storm yesterday as it hit the Bahamas en route toward Florida.
The storm could strengthen as it approaches the Sunshine State, and authorities there have warned residents to make preparations for a weather event amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The storm had maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour yesterday afternoon, marking a decline from earlier in the day. It is expected to regain momentum, however, as it passes over warmer waters.
The center of the storm is predicted to impact the southeast coast of Florida this morning and travel up the coastline before making a landfall in South Carolina.