As Dorian passes by my latitude (29.15N/80.97W), any wobble to the west, or eye replacement cycle, is so very critical to my hurricane plan. To a simple weather observer like me, the wobbles seem to be random and the eye wall cycles appear to be somewhat telegraphed. To the seasoned web site moderators and users with intimate knowledge of tropical meteorology- please continue to share thoughts on this critical info for east-central Floridians as Dorian nears the Cape then (as forecast and hopefully) parallels Florida's east coast a minimum of 30 miles offshore. Thank you!!!
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