Named Storm Dorian – 2019 buy clomid per pill Named Storm Dorian formed from a low pressure wave approximately 700 miles east of Barbados in the central Atlantic. This Tropical Storm will move westerly for several days and will strengthen to near Hurricane status as it approaches the Lesser Antilles at the east end of the Caribbean around Tuesday, August 27.

Persons in the Lesser Antilles, Hispaniola and Florida especially should be monitoring the progress of this storm. We will update our unofficial information as needed. Also, a tropical low pressure area already off the Atlantic Coast of Florida will be tracking north-northeast bringing high surf, rip currents and moderate to heavy rainfall to most of Florida and Georgia over the next week. This low pressure area could potentially become named storm Erin.

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Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama