The storm now has sustained winds of 185 mph with gusts to 220 mph. One model has it producing waves of 70 feet! Below are images from the Nassau weather radar and GOES-16 weather satellite as of now.
The models are, unfortunately, nudging the path of the storm closer to the east coast of Florida and to the southeast coast in general. Here is the latest ECMWF model's forecast winds. This is an approximation and could shift a bit toward the east or the west.
The current NWS NHC forecast (below) is similar to the ECMWF''s (above).
I hope to be able to update this evening, but, I am still dealing with a nasty little bug or something.
Addition, 3pm EDT:
Addition, 3:10pm: Dorian as viewed from the West Palm Beach Terminal Doppler Weather Radar.