Tropical Storm Dorian, with winds gusting to 50 mph was well away from the U.S. within the Caribbean. Dorian could move close to Puerto Rico tomorrow as a tropical storm.
Tropical Storm Dorian, with winds gusting to 50 mph was well away from the U.S. within the Caribbean. Dorian could move close to Puerto Rico tomorrow as a tropical storm. 
There is still a significant degree of uncertainty as to future track movement and intensity however the latest model brings Dorian close to the East Central Florida coast early Sunday.

Inland-moving tropical systems can provide devastating floods , needed rain, or both. Much of Florida, with the exception of Northeast sections, has been unusually wet (blue shades) over the past month. This could point towards a greater risk for flooding and inland inundation should Dorian near.

Here is a forecast for possible rainfall associated with rainfall next week. Since it is so far out, and the track of Dorian uncertain, it is likely to change.

However, it does indicate the Central and Northern Florida livestock production areas could receive a soaking rainfall.

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