Hard to tell if its moving because the eye is getting flattened a bit. Just been wobbling in place for 24 hours. The NW in particular is being influenced by the ridge coming thru the SE US right now. A wedge of dry air is filling in the east. Overall outflow is being limited. Dorian has run out of warm ocean water and is stuck, trapped between several competing weather patterns. Its like a massive tug-of-war, something has to give. At one point (days ago) the storm had became elongated from NW to SE, now that has flopped. The almost perfectly round structure is going away. Not sure what to make of it but the only way out seems to be to the NE.
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