As of Friday, Tropical Storm Isaac is on track to barrel through Haiti and the Dominican Republic, dumping rain on the island of Hispaniola before moving out to the Gulf of Mexico.
After that, the latest reports show the storm may form into a hurricane before hitting landfall in the Mississippi area, the Associated Press reported.
Earlier this week, meteorologists in Connecticut reported it was possible that Isaac could take a turn up the East Coast and head toward New England, much like Hurricane Irene did last year. But, given the latest forecasts, it seems that’s not going to happen.
Still, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said it’s always important to have a plan in place should another storm hit.
This week, emergency officials in Madison , in general, people who live in shoreline towns should always have an emergency plan in place.
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