Tropical Storm Dorian weakened a little as it passed over the Lesser Antilles, dumping heavy rains, bringing down trees and knocking out power in Barbados.

By Tuesday, Dorian's maximum sustained winds were 50 mph as it tracked west-northwest at 13 mph about 370 miles from Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Forecasters predict Dorian's path will take it near the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic and the western coast of Puerto Rico during the middle of this week before traveling northwestward through the Bahamas with an eventual strike on the Florida Peninsula Saturday night. As a result, the National Hurricane Center has issued a number of watches and warnings. Both Puerto Rico and parts of the Dominican Republic were under a hurricane watch as of Tuesday.

All interests in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, the Bahamas and Florida should continue to closely monitor the progression of Dorian, which has already delivered strong winds and heavy rain to the islands of Martinique, Barbados and St. Lucia.https://www.geezgo.com/sps/59892

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