Tiny WNW jog from Dorian, that motion needs to continue
It just did a s s/w wobble so that's just it's "normal" n n/w wobble back. It's not going to continue north at all for a while.
As for nail-biting, I think that it's been established over a decade and a half of NHC data that if you're anywhere near where there is red line or being close to the middle of a cone, the only nails that should be involved is you nailing your windows shut and you breaking a nail on the gas pump as you take your family 100 miles inland.
Nobody EVER died from eating at a hotel restaurant while watching a deadly hurricane go over their house while it tosses 20 feet of storm surge. In this case with Florida, 20 feet could amount to surge going miles inland in some of the lower-lying places. Just like the Indonesian Tsunami from their ginormous offshore earthquake.
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