MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It could be a washout Friday if the remnants of Dorian decide to pay a visit to South Florida.

The remnants of Dorian are sitting just east of South Florida now. The National Hurricane Center is still giving Dorian a 30% chance of redevelopment.

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Heavy rain is falling across much of the Bahamas. For now this heavy band of rain remains offshore.

It is a very tricky forecast because it depends on the evolution of the disturbance, but some of these downpours could invade South Florida later this afternoon and tonight.

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Regardless of whether the storm develops into an actual tropical system, the impacts to South Florida should be limited. Some extra storms are possible through Saturday, perhaps some bigger waves and higher rip current risks.

The system is gradually moving away from South Florida so the impacts, if any, will be short lived.

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On Sunday drier air will begin to slide in. That means more sun for Sunday with just spotty storms. And by early next week very dry African air will make for hazy and hot days with limited storms and high near 93.