What you see on Sat imagery is a surface trough or a frontal trough, the upper level trough is usually behind it. The storm is breaking down in the fight with the ridge but it is also pushing it out to sea. We'll have to see but as long as everyone is prepared for the worst it really doesn't matter though...
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