Dorian continues to brush the coast, with the majority of the damaging winds remaining just offshore Florida. That trend is expected to continue until the storm reaching the mid South Carolina coast, where stronger winds may come onshore. The storm is being pretty well behaved with respect to motion. Here’s the radar at just before 11am, with the 5am track (brown line). As you can see, it didn’t deviate much (click to embiggen).
The 11am track didn’t change, so neither does the discussion from earlier today. A key question for coastal georgia and the lowcountry at this point is rain. Here are two models showing the expected rain distribution as the storm passes nearby:
There is a very sharp gradiant with respect to rain. The NOAA/NWS forecasters at WPC are currently predicting between 4 and 6 inches along the Georgia coast, with 6 to 8 as you move in to the Lowcountry of SC. From Charleston north it could reach the 10 to 15 inch range. As for winds, in Georgia still expecting tropical storm force on the immediate coast, lesser (but still blustery) inland.