Quote: Piggybacking on the link above, I did some investigating and found the graphic below. This one is particularly interesting. It really shows the system over the continental U.S. and how it might influence Dorian. I see one of two scenarios: Dorian is sling-shot into the Atlantic to the East, or it gets pressed further SW towards the Keys. However, the models all still insist that he's going to head North. Thoughts?
Dorian is expected to begin moving NW or NNW shortly, as the High over the Gulf becomes less influential, while the High to Dorian's east becomes more so. The effect of this is more of a shove from the southeast (from the anticyclone centered east of Dorian), than a shove from the northwest (from the anticyclone centered west of Dorian).
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