Here's how Dorian's shifting track may affect Central Florida

Most of Florida remains in Category 4 hurricane's cone of uncertainty

ORLANDO, Fla. – All eyes remain on Hurricane Dorian. 

The official forecast from the National Hurricane Center still has Central Florida in the cone.

Hurricane Dorian is at a Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 150 mph. Dorian is moving at 8 mph and is still moving west. The eye was 310 miles east of West Palm Beach as of Saturday evening.


With hurricanes as intense as Dorian, wobbling is likely and the track can still change.

Pay close attention to the forecast through Labor Day weekend.


Even if Dorian's eye stays offshore, impacts will be likely as tropical storm-force winds extend more than 100 miles from the center.

Significant beach erosion is likely regardless of the track.

Saturday Forecast

A few storms are possible, but it will not be a washout. Highs climb to around 90 degrees.

Watch News 6 and stay with ClickOrlando.com for updates.

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