CAPE CORAL, Fla. - Dorian has dissipated into a remnant low after briefly regaining its tropical depression status for part of Saturday.
Northerly wind sheer did a number on its shower and thunderstorm activity, making a close circulation difficult to find. The system about 200 miles off the Jacksonville coast continues to move to the northeast and will be absorbed into an approaching cold front.
Sunday will be much drier than Saturday. The onshore winds develops early, bringing us a chance of some isolated showers moving in off the Gulf in the morning.
We'll see plenty of sunshine under mostly sunny skies with temperatures starting out in the mid 70s for most. A great beaching and boating day is shaping up, with the westerly wind persisting throughout the day.
Highs will reach the mid and upper 80s for the beaches to the low 90s inland. It will be humid as heat indices reach 100 degrees. Into the afternoon, A few storms could skim the eastern portion of our coastal counties as they continue to move their way inland.