Dorian No Longer a Tropical Storm

The storm degenerated into a tropical wave, reported the National Hurricane Center.

By Adam Berg, Ryan Phillips and Alexandra Leon
|  Saturday, Jul 27, 2013  |  Updated 6:59 PM EDT
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Storms make a return tomorrow followed by a calm week of weather. Plus Dorian is no longer a Tropical Storm.

Storms make a return tomorrow followed by a calm week of weather. Plus Dorian is no longer a Tropical Storm.

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Weather Forecast--July 27-- 8:30am

Weekend forecast: Early sunshine with afternoon storms, lower 90s for high temps. Ryan Phillips also with a look at T.S. Dorian.
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Dorian was no longer a tropical storm as of 5 p.m. Saturday, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.

The depression no longer had a closed surface circulation, the NHC said.

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Dorian's remnants were moving rapidly westward at 24 miles per hour with maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour.

The NHC will no longer be posting advisories related to Dorian.

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