Remember Isaac, the tropical storm that swirled around the mid-Atlantic for several days beginning Sept. 26?

For those who chart such things, Isaac is still around almost a week later, churning up the waters off Newfoundland, Canada.

Although Isaac has yet to make landfall anywhere, forecasters call for coastal flooding and big waves before the storm dissipates.

The end of the lackluster 2006 Atlantic Hurricane season isn't officially until Nov. 30, nearly two months away. Nothing is lurking out there right now, but Joyce, Kirk and Leslie are the next three names on the list.

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