Tropical storm Florence forms in Atlantic; poses no threat to Dominica

Position and track of Florence on Saturday morning

Tropical Storm Florence formed in the Atlantic on Saturday morning, according to the National Hurricane Center.

However, the Dominica Met Office has said it poses no threat to Dominica.

At 11:00 am on Saturday Florence was 14.8 north and 30.6 west.

It is moving in a west northwesterly  direction at 16 mph with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph.

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  1. Pondera
    August 4, 2012

    My God is the master of the Storm. Halaluia!!

    August 4, 2012

    thanks God..he knows best

    • Overseas
      August 4, 2012

      Oh yes, praise the Lord.

    • Cosco
      August 4, 2012

      So if it were coming slap bang for us, it would be God’s will too right.

      Allu dotish nutjobs are the primary reason why Dominica remains the poster child for stupidity.

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