From Owl's Head to Cutler, Maine has a lot of local coastline to watch the pounding surf.  Here's when the National Hurricane Center says the remnants of Dorian will be passing by.

As of this writing on Tuesday morning, Dorian is still pretty stationary over Grand Bahama Island, but is is starting to very slowly inch northwestward.  Winds are still gusting up to 140 mph, and there is a storm surge of 10 to 15 feet above normal tides.

If all goes as predicted, whatever is left of Dorian should arrive in the Gulf of Maine sometime after 8 p.m. on Friday. So, throughout Saturday you may be able to catch some pretty impressive surf at places like Schoodic Point and further downeast. When it gets here, there's currently less than a 20% chance that it would include tropical force winds at 39+ mph.