Hurricane Dorian track shifts again, raising chance core of Category 4 storm will miss Florida

“The slower the storm, the further we might inch that track a little toward the east,” Ken Graham, director of the National Hurricane Center, said Saturday morning. “However, let’s be careful with that because Florida’s still in the cone…Florida could still see some of that on-shore flow, the high water, the heavy rainfall and also see the winds. We can’t let our guard down yet. We just don’t know. A little faster storm could still put the center over Florida.”