It seems as if the weakness in the high that was expected may be the spot that has nearly closed back in to the NE of Dorian. The high definitely seems to be building strong to the north of Dorian and the 2 seem to be in a battle possibly causing some of what appears to be north to south wobbles at times. Even the HWRF model has picked up on this recently and had a dramatic move back to the west. Everyone will need to pay close attention now through Monday for last minute changes.I think there are a lot of people in Florida after seeing this mornings track who were like oh it’s not a Florida storm now. (the news media def. seemed bummed)
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