ORLANDO, Fla. – Hurricane Dorian is marching through the Atlantic Ocean, edging closer to Florida’s coast. Central Florida is forecasted to feel the impact as early as Monday.
According to Dorian’s current track, conditions are expected to deteriorate late Monday with the worst of the weather from the storm arriving through the day Tuesday and Wednesday.
Outer bands that can contain tropical storm force gusts, torrential rain and isolated tornadoes are expected to move in Monday afternoon. This could also lead to flooding throughout various parts of Central Florida. Emergency management officials also warn residents to be ready for severe weather. Read county by county impacts below.