Its barely moved in the last 8 hours, maybe 20 miles? The good news is the motion appears more N then W on radar. Given how slow its going I guess you could call it NW.
Even more crazy... the weather in Freeport - winds are blowing at 60 from the NW pressure 29.19 and still dropping. While center of Cat 5 Dorian is just 30 miles away! 30 miles down the road yet the wind is 100 MPH less. This is more tornado then hurricane. Its so compact. The feeder bands aren't even expanding, this storm is all core.
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