It looks like some of the moisture from the Low in the golf is trying to cut into the high pressure that had built in front of Dorian that was suppose to help stall it out. Now with the break in that high along with the low to its east pushing against it this may be some of what those models are picking up on, or so I would think. Time will tell, even with all of the technology of today we are still all watching history be made of a storm that was for Estes to be only a Cat 3 tops, a week ago.
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