Forecasters predict that the Thunderstorm Dorian will fall apart because of strong wind shear and dry air.
Here is the forecast map courtesy of Sun Sentinel:
The projected path of Dorian has further shifted south and so Florida seems to be out of its way. So, it is now aiming at Cuba and then Gulf of Mexico. When Dorian reaches Puerto Rico, it is expected to be downgraded to a Tropical Depression.
Although, Florida does not look like to be affected by this storm at the present moment, we still need to keep a close watch on it for the next few days.