Not an expert but the high / front pushing off the east coast has me worried too, it will block the northern escape route and push Dorian more west. I believe this has come into play because Dorian has been east of forecast and further away which has delayed its arrival to the FL coast. Compared to the earlier models we now have a Mon AM event vs a Sun AM landfall, a full 24 hours behind schedule. This allows more time for the ridge or front to effect things.
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