South Carolina's Emergency Management Division said residents should begin preparing their homes and property for the storm.
On its current path, winds from the hurricane, which are travelling at 15mph from the centre, will move over the southwestern Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda and the Bahamas on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Miami-based center said that it was still too early to predict the hurricane's exact path but that a huge coastal area from SC to the mid-Atlantic region should prepare for a major strike late in the week.
Another tropical storm has now developed in the Atlantic and could possibly hit the British Virgin Islands as a hurricane in the next few days.
Isaac will be near the Lesser Antilles later this week and could bring impacts to parts of the Caribbean Islands during this time frame.
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