A: Not in the form of a hurricane. The moisture that it adds to our atmosphere can be transported northward towards us and that means we could see some significant rainfall. Most of the time though, the storms are carried quickly to the northeast through the Tennessee Valley and back out over the mid Atlantic missing us. This year, we have had a persistant area of high pressure over the center of the country creating our drought conditions. It also allows these tropical systems to move further north before they are caught up in the Prevailing Westerlies and carried east.
So, we may actually see some of that moisture from Hurricane Isaac but the actual hurricane will have long since weakened. We can definitely use the rain!