As of 2AM Tropical Storm Isaac is moving at 13 MPH with maximum sustained winds of 70 MPH as he approaches the southern coast of Haiti. Tropical storm force winds are extending outward up to 230 miles. A tropical storm watch has been issued for the east coast of Florida from the Juniper Inlet north to the Sebastian Inlet (approx 50 miles south of Port Canaveral).
11 AM Update
Issac is growing up to be a big boy today. Tropical Storm watch areas have been extended on both coast of Florida, which now officially include Port Canaveral. Isaac currently has maximum sustained winds of 60 MPH and is moving to the northwest at 17 MPH. His outer wind bands with tropical storm winds are extending outward up to 205 miles (down from 2AM, but he is interacting with land masses today)!
5 PM Update
- Isaac is moving northwest at 21 mph with maximum sustained winds of 60 mph.
- Official Travel Advisory from Disney Cruise Line has been updated.
The safety of our Guests and Crew is always our first priority at Disney Cruise Line.
We are closely monitoring the current weather conditions and path of Tropical Storm Isaac through the National Weather Service.
At this time, we have not made any changes to the following itineraries:
Disney Dream August 29th 4-night sailing to the Bahamas
Should weather conditions change, our Captains can alter the ship’s course or itinerary for the safety and well being of our Guests.
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