Quote: The Upper level low to the west of Dorian is what will likely drive it more north today, and then pinwheel around to the west later. Water vapor satellite images are the easiest to visualize this.
It was very easy to see this AM with outflow limited to the W and all the high level clouds moving N. However it already appears to be eroding has the high level clouds at the extreme end of the northern outflow channel have gotten a tiny bit of NW motion to them as we enter the afternoon. Learning a lot watching this storm... the online tools are getting so much better for us non-professionals.
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