Bill Reh tracks Tropical Storm Dorian


IN DUPELAND COUNTY, THERE MIGHT BE A SPRITZ. THESE ARE GOING TO DIE OUT. JUST GOING FOR A VERY QUIET NIGHT TONIGHT. WE’RE LOOKING AT THIS WELL OFF THE COAST. THIS IS GREAT NEWS. I KNOW YOU SAY, GREAT NEWS, 80% DEVELOPMENT. THIS THING IS PRIME TO STAY BETWEEN BERMUDA, AND THE UNITED STATES. IT WILL GET ANOTHER NAME OFF THE LIST. IT’S NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO COME TO THE COAST, BECAUSE WE HAVE A FRONTAL SYSTEM. THERE COULD BE LARGE SWELLS AND RIP CURRENTS, BUT THIS STILL HAS A CHANCE TO BE A DEPRESS, OR EVEN ERIN. HERE’S SOMETHING WE ALWAYS WANT TO KEEP AN EYE ON, ANYTIME THERE’S A TROPICAL STORM WELL OUT IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN, WHAT IS IT GOING TO DO? IT’S STILL A LONG WAY AWAY, SO IT GIVES US VARIABILITY. THIS IS TROPICAL STORM DARION. AS WE TAKE A LOOK AT IT, ST. LUCIA LOOKS LIKE GROUND ZERO FOR A TROPICAL STORM. THROUGH ST. LUCIA, AND ST. VINCENT FOR THIS STORM, COMING SOMETIME MONDAY NIGHT, OR INTO TUESDAY MORNING, AS A TROPICAL STORM, THEN IT GOES THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF THE CARIBBEAN, WITH THAT WARM WATER, BECOMES MAYBE

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