Tropical Storm Dorian’s Path Takes the Storm Closer to the Gulf
You know how it works. Everyday we watch the storms path extended eastward. As the path is extended we learn more about the storms destination. The last extension on Dorian shows the storm could impact the gulf.
The current NOAA path of Tropical Storm Dorian shows the storm just north of Cuba by Wednesday morning as a Tropical Storm and gaining strength. From there the path is not projected; but it does not take a meteorologist to see that the Gulf of Mexico is a likely destination. History shows that storms like this usually head up the East Coast. Of course, you never know, but we will keep you up to date.