The remnants from Tropical Storm Dorian are still hanging around, and if you have plans to head to the Bahamas Islands, pack the rain gear. Dorian will continue to track across the Bahamas through Friday, in a southeast to northwest fashion, accompanied by numerous drenching showers and thunderstorms.
Some of the downpours could lead to localized flash flooding in poor drainage and low-lying areas. Many more downpours will ruin outdoor activities.
Despite the downpour threat, the National Hurricane Center is no longer concerned that Dorian will re-strengthen into a tropical depression or storm as it travels through the Bahamas.
Thursday through Friday, Dorian should track close enough to South Florida to enhance drenching shower and thunderstorm activity slightly.
Residents and beachgoers may experience more frequent disruptions to sunbathing, swimming and other outdoor plans.