As of Tuesday morning, a storm had made its way through Barbados and Guadeloupe, targeting Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
Dorian has a maximum sustained wind of 50 mph with gusts of up to 65. The latest storm patterns remain just shy of the 74 mph sustained winds required to be classified as a hurricane.
Still, the storm can cause significant problems. It is projected to have a significant impact on Puerto Rico, which is still recovering from Hurricane Maria struck two years ago.
Dorian is also expected to turn back to Florida and land on the Atlantic coast early Sunday morning, possibly as a Category 1
Erin tropical storm forms late Tuesday night to have little impact on the United States as it heads north to Canada.
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