Tropical Storm Dorian formed from a Low in the Far Eastern Atlantic. It struggled a bit late Wednesday night, but it appears to have overcome that hiccup early Thursday morning.
It is still very far away from any land.
It is around 3000 miles away from Florida. At the moment it is spinning towards the Middle of the Atlantic Ocean, heading due west, being pushed along by the Bermuda High. It should stay like this until Sunday sometime when it takes more of a Northwest turn as the high retreats just a tad.
How strong will Dorian get?
This is still uncertain. It is scheduled to move over warmer waters that could fuel its growth, but its also going to run into some stronger wind shear. All we can do is watch and wait.