I believe that to be the case also. I've written all of this up (not counting what you've put up here which I will check out soon), in a blog, on this site of course, having issued my forecast well ahead of Colorado States and PD's,, My hurricane season forecast was exactly the same as Colorado States and Paul D's. I have sky high respect for Mr. Dorian, and was extremely pleased to see that the best forecasters are all seeing the same things and that we're coming to identical conclusios.
From the outskirts of Baltimore - the Euro had the track nailed from the time Sandy was south of Cuba. Is the Euro usually that accurate? Was it that accurate for Isaac? I don't remember. 18 hours without power. A blink of the eye compared to the June 30 Derecho.
Where are the 80 mph+ sustained winds that Atlantic City was supposed to get. My friend is there and lives in a high rise condo on the boardwalk. He told me he hasn't experienced really strong consistent winds.
I'm out in the elk neck peninsula next to Turkey Point, MD Have to say at this point the community is well prepared for an event like this. Our concerns here lie mostly around losing power for 30 plus hours as we've sen in the past. Definitely have a feeling at this point like everywhere else will be battered and we get service back Wed Night if the turn continues westward. It's been fun to to watch this from the start. Great work Rob.